Monthly Archives: April 2004

Some good news

TweetA NY Times article reports today that women-owned businesses are growing at double the rate of other small businesses. According to a study by the Center for Women’s Business Research, companies owned by women have $2.46 trillion in sales and over 19 million employees nationwide. Good job ladies; our plan for world-wide domination is working. [...]
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Worth Reading…

TweetPRESS ME for a great article on young feminists of color. Tweet
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Club Dread

TweetAm I wrong that it’s 2004? Have I slipped into some sort of alternate universe? That’s what it feels like reading Sherri Day’s recent NY Times article on the Harlem Club. The Harlem Club is a private New York social society, created by Thomas Lopez-Pierre, for African-American and Hispanic professionals. When the idea was originally [...]
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A little self promotion…

TweetFeministing–along with Alas, a Blog and Feministe–was mentioned on Air America by LiberalOasis’ Bill Scher as a notable feminist blog. Listen to the segment here–we’re mentioned in the last few minutes of the show. Go us! Tweet
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Value My Voice Not Just My Vote

TweetAs Alix Olson energized Sunday’s crowd in DC with her vision of Cunt Cuntry I found myself reflecting on the state of young feminist movement and our role in this cuntry. Though excited by the large number of young women who attended the March on Sunday, I was disappointed by our lack of presence onstage. [...]
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