Monthly Archives: July 2008

Radical Queer Femmes Gather at the Femme2008 Conference

TweetMy fellow Missouri Feminist Mafia™ member, the incomparable Katie Spencer, gave me a heads up about this awesome conference. More info below from the organizers… –Ann What: Femme2008 Conference: The Architecture of Femme! Who: Femme Collective, along with speakers Dorothy Allison, Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Julia Serano When: August 15-17, 2008 Where: Chicago Wyndham O’Hare [...]
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Not Oprah’s Book Club: Catch Up Edition

TweetI get so many amazing books and I only have so many hours in the day, so I thought I would direct you all to other reviews/posts about some of the great books on my shelf that I’ll never get to (at this rate, anyway): a review of No Seat at the Table: How Corporate [...]
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Random acts of feminism

Tweet Maria from Atlanta sent us this super cool picture. Love it. Make sure to email us with any random acts of feminism that you spot (or do!). Tweet
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Inside the Minds of TV Producers

TweetFeministing got a request a few days ago to go on a morning show and talk about a new website that offers women a chance to find a “sugar daddy” (I don’t want to give the site any traffic, so I won’t link to it here). I called the producer back to chat over the [...]
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U.S. Government apologies for slavery

TweetThe United States House of Representatives has issued an apology for slavery and Jim Crow. Congress has issued apologies before — to Japanese-Americans for their internment during World War II and to native Hawaiians for the overthrow of the Hawaiian kingdom in 1893. In 2005, the Senate apologized for failing to pass anti-lynching laws. Five [...]
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