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Dagmar Wilson, founder of Women Strike for Peace and organizer of a 50,000 women protest against nuclear weapons in 1961, has passed away.

In Egypt, protesters are calling for a million person march tomorrow while many foreigners are being evacuated. Global Voices Online has a great round-up of videos of other nations marching in solidarity across the world.

After David Koto’s murder last week, Ugandan lesbian Brenda Namiggade has received a temporary injunction from the UK before she was about to be deported back to Uganda, where she fears for her life.

On the fight in Nebraska to breastfeed in public.

We have some awesome content on the Community blog today — including Saturday Night Live’s latest transphobia (take action here), the Texas governor’s anti-choice “emergency legislation”, and the DOD’s failure to support servicemembers who have been sexually assaulted.

Also, Sarah at Feministing Campus tells us why rape is not an “alcohol-related problem.”

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