Monthly Archives: April 2007

Post-party musings

TweetI just wanted to give a big old thanks to everyone who showed up to our third year bash on Friday. I think everyone had a fantastic time. (As evidenced by the pics here, here, and here.) And I wanted to say a special thank you to my sister, who worked her ass off to [...]
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We knew this was coming.

TweetJust a week after the Supreme Court’s abortion ban, serious threats are beginning to unfold for women’s clinics across the country. On Wednesday, a bomb was found right outside of a women’s clinic in Austin, Texas. The good thing is that at least one culprit of the attempt was caught. Reproductive rights organizations have been [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

TweetNPR had a segment on the new Amnesty campaign to end violence against Native women. One of the shelters they featured, Pretty Bird Woman House, is holding a fundraising campaign. Click here to donate. Caryl Rivers on how the news media scare women. A man is arrested in the attempted Austin Women’s Health Center bombing. [...]
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Daisy Hernandez: Examining the ColorLines

Tweet Daisy Hernandez is the Managing Editor of ColorLines, a bimonthly progressive magazine based in Oakland, CA that takes the issue of race in America to the forefront of national debate. It is published by the Applied Research Center based in New York City. Daisy is the co-editor of Colonize This! Young Women of Today’s [...]
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I thought we learned our lesson with R. Kelly?

Tweet(Warning: This video is very explicit and may be upsetting) Obviously, we haven’t. Excuse me while I got delete all Akon from my playlist. Tweet
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