Four women went public Wednesday with allegations that Donald Trump groped and kissed them without their consent. In a New York Times report, Jessica Leeds recounted how Trump touched her during a plane flight 30 years ago, and Rachel Crooks stated that the businessman kissed her outside of a Trump Tower elevator in 2005. Former People reporter Natasha Stoynoff wrote a first-person account of Trump making sexual advances on her in 2005, and Mandy McGillivray told the Palm Beach Post that Trump groped her at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida 13 years ago. Read more.
After 45 years on the radar, the Woman’s Building is finally also on the map. On June 8, the L.A. Conservancy architectural preservation society formally announced that the L.A. City Council had approved the building’s Historic Cultural Monument designation. Besides protecting the building's 1914 Beaux Arts design against the future development going on all around it, this move also resoundingly acknowledges what generations of artists and feminists in L.A. and around the world have known for decades: The Woman's Building is one of the most significant cultural heritage sites of the last 50 years. Read more.