This first part of a two part article aired in the AZ India Times in September 2019. http://azindiatimes.com/epaper/epaper/edition/61/september/page/10
! By: Guest Opinion " August 16, 2019, The Capitol Times A resolution in Congress to extend the deadline for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) H.J.Res 38 has five co-sponsors from the Arizona delegation: Rueben Gallego, Raul Grijalva, Ann Kirkpatrick,...
The Phoenix Police are Completely Out of Control. A Report from the Community Meeting. By Dianne Post, Attorney, Central Phoenix National Lawyer’s Guild The Phoenix mayor and police chief called a community “listening” forum on June 18 at Pilgrims Rest Baptist Church....
Police shootings in Phoenix
Link to my new article is here: https://readersupportednews.org//index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=52784
Dianne will participate in a conference in Israel on October 22-24, 2018 with other international experts to discuss the proliferation of international surrogacy and the United Nations response.
ARIZONA CAPITAL TIMES Non-discrimination policies not about wedding invitations or sandwiches ! By: Guest Opinion " July 26, 2018 Free speech is under attack from the U.S. Supreme Court while the Arizona Court of Appeals got right. The Janus v. AFSCME 5-4 decision...
My article on why we still need the ERA in spite of the 14th Amendment was published in six other publications from Maine to Houston to California. Brooklyn Daily Eagle (NY)...
Here is part two of three parts of my interview with Lisa Landra about women's rights especially surrounding custody of children. https://youtu.be/P0d1Bu041eQ
Justice Scalia said in 2010 that the equal protection provisions of the Constitution do not protect women. Until 1971, courts ruled that in fact the Fourteenth Amendment did not give women any protection. Reed v. Reed, the first successful case, started a change. By...
At a meeting in early December 2017, the director of the Department of Corrections said that Hickman’s Family Farms, an egg production business in Buckeye, AZ, was having a hard time keeping workers because transportation to the rural location was difficult. Their...
What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open. Muriel Rukeseyer.
Why did 63% of white women in Alabama vote for Roy Moore? The accusations against him were many, long-standing, and serious. The exit polls said the women who voted for Moore did not believe the women who accused him of abuse. It’s not unusual that women don’t believe...
As allegations of sexual harassment continue to flood into society, let’s be clear that sexual harassment is not the problem but the symptom. The problem is patriarchy in which women are defined as less than men; in which the disease – power imbalance – is what causes the symptoms i.e. domestic violence, rape, sexual harassment, infanticide, femicide, prostitution, etc.
A friend of mine got married and I told her to “be careful about that.” She was furious with me saying that I was questioning her choices and had no right to do that. I was dumbfounded that she would be angry at my comment. Since then, I have been thinking...
Why we need the ERA today.
The American Dream for Women: when will it arrive? An article about the 14th Amendment equal protection provisions and the Equal Rights Amendment.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (New York and Boston) email@example.com TEL: 617-652-0876 Cholera Victims’ Advocates Denounce UN’s Evasion of Responsibility in Kosovo BOSTON, May 26, 2017 -- Advocates for cholera victims in...
Statement attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on the Human Rights Advisory Panel’s recommendations on Kosovo The Secretary-General would like to reiterate his appreciation for the valuable work of the Human Rights Advisory Panel, which examined...
The just released (May 16, 2017) ERRC journal covers the treatment of Roma in war and includes an article on the UNMIK case. See EERC article.
UN still refuse to compensate or even apologize to Kosovo Roma for poisoning them in the case won by Post. See New York Times article.
Women in Collaboration: My Trip to Cuba Dianne Post, published in Rain and Thunder: A Radical Feminist Journal of Discussion and Activism, Fall 2017, Issue # 68, www.rainandthunder.org From March 1-10, I participated in the 2017 U.S. Women and Cuba Collaboration. The...
Dianne Post was one of seven people to receive the Martin Luther King Jr. Living the Dream award for her work on social justice.
"Before the 1999 Kosovo conflict, the Roma community in Mitrovica in northern Kosovo was "one of the most vibrant and distinctive communities in the former Yugoslavia. Their neighborhood, known as the Roma Mahalla, comprised around 750 houses, with an estimated 8,000...
The Arizona Capitol Times, January 21, 2016, reviews the history of the Equal Rights Amendment in Arizona. Excerpt: "Arizona did not pass the ERA in the 1980s. In fact, the state donated $10,000 of taxpayer money to the Mountain States Defense Fund to defeat the ERA....
The Arizona Capitol Times, October 15, 2015, reports: "The history of private sector involvement in corrections is a bleak, well documented tale of inmate abuse and political corruption with roots in slavery. In Worse than Slavery, David M. Oshinsky outlined the...
The proposed Amnesty International policy on “sex work” violates human rights and relegates 50% of the population to second class status.
Contemporary Social Science – In this 2012 journal article, Post discusses "Kenya's March Toward Equality for Women" based on her research and work in the country in 2011.
Prostitution in Arizona – In preparation for legislative changes, Post wrote this report based on DPS statistics from 2005-2009 on how prostitution is defined and treated in AZ. It outlines arrests by county, age and sex and shows that some children as young as 9 were...
Water colored red by lead contamination. HRAP - admissibility decision - In 2009 the Human Rights Advisory Panel in Kosovo admitted the complaint filed by Post on behalf of 143 Roma claimants poisoned by lead in the camps set up by the UN after the 1999 bombing of...
This study of DPS arrest data for domestic violence cases from 2002-2003 shows that women are falsely arrested at a high rate, those with a DV designation are less likely to be charged than those without, African-American and Native American men are three times more...
Transnational DV cases - This law review article by Merle Weiner outlines how feminists can use international litigation to fight domestic violence.