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#SelectiveHistory: Missouri museum censors Ferguson-Ayotzinapa solidarity event

Earlier this month, the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis canceled a discussion on solidarity in social movements after its organizers refused to kick a Palestinian woman off of the panel of Black and Latino activists. 

Earlier this month, the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis canceled a discussion on solidarity in social movements after its organizers refused to kick a Palestinian woman off of the panel of Black and Latino activists. 

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The Feministing Five: Heather McGhee

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Heather McGhee, president of Demos, a public policy organization working for an America where all have an equal say in democracy and an equal chance in the economy.

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Heather McGhee, president of Demos, a public policy organization working for an America where all have an equal say in democracy and an equal chance in the ...

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Schools must address the financial costs of sexual violence

Sexual violence costs. And under civil rights law, colleges and universities are obligated to address it.

Title IX — the 1972 law that mandates schools remove gender-based barriers to education — requires colleges and universities to address the financial barriers to educational access that violence creates.

Sexual violence costs. And under civil rights law, colleges and universities are obligated to address it.

Title IX — the 1972 law that mandates schools remove gender-based barriers to education — requires colleges ...

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Critics are pissed that people of color are finally being represented in media

In this week’s episode of “Not Surprising,” we’re hearing from white actors and talent agents in Hollywood who think that the increase in roles available for actors of color is a threat to their success in the industry.

In this week’s episode of “Not Surprising,” we’re hearing from white actors and talent agents in Hollywood who think that the increase in roles available for actors of color is a threat to their success in the industry.

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