What We Missed

It’s World Water Day. Food and Water Watch has one action you can take: sign a petition to stop the global privatization of public water.

The It Gets Better book came out today.

MA Republican Senator Scott Brown opposes the GOP plan to cut funding from Planned Parenthood.

One of the NYTimes journalists just released from captivity in Libya describes her experience being sexually assaulted while captive.

I’m speaking next week in NYC at the 92Y Tribeca as part of a panel on “The Future of Women,” organized by Irin Carmon from Jezebel. Details here. (Not in NYC? If you happen to be in San Francisco, check out this event instead).

Jay Smooth comes out of video hiding with this really important tribute to Nate Dogg that honors his legacy while not ignoring his sexist past.

The performance group Sins Invalid got some much deserved attention in the Huffington Post today. If you’re in the Bay Area, check out their upcoming show.

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  1. Posted March 23, 2011 at 3:20 pm | Permalink

    NPR is so great! Please enjoy listening to Terry Gross interviewing the authors of “It Gets Better,” Dan Savage and Terry Miller, on the NPR radio talk show “Fresh Air.” It’s a truly inspiring and beautiful conversation.

    http://www.npr.org/2011/03/23/134628750/dan-savage-for-gay-teens-life-gets-better

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