Weekly Feminist Reader

“Young Lakota”: A look into South Dakota’s anti-abortion battle.

“Where my (STEM) ladies at?”

Brittany Cooper on Michelle Obama and why white feminists need to lean back.

Five things you may not know about child marriage.

“You have to be beautiful to matter, but beauty can and will be used against you.”

The radical church before Pussy Riot: 10 feminist saints to know.

This anti-choice ballot measure in Michigan might ban all insurance coverage of abortions.

Why we need to challenge Katy Perry’s geisha performance. 

Art as a mode to discuss the fetishization of Asian women.

A higher wage [for Walmart employees] is possible.

Marriage will never set us free.

Jeddah Diar[ies]: a photography project in Saudia Arabia.

“Your education is not more important than any other struggle.”: Thoughts on race in the midst of a union strike.

Violence, American football, and what it has to do with “settler normativity”.

Dating white versus dating light: race and relationships in 2013.

“Normal families” don’t exist and here are some pictures to prove it.

Female Republican strategists are on the move and they have plans for 2016.

Are rich people the only ones complaining about Black Friday?

With the Affordable Care Act, it’s time to talk about what the inequality among doctors means about inequality for patients.

New mothers with post-partum depression need more than medicine.

Thanksgiving is complicated - here’s a beautiful poem to help you think through it.

Pardoning the Scottsboro Boys, 80 years too late.

There are too many bare cupboards this holiday season, and it’s only going to get worse.

What have you been reading/writing/watching/listening to this week?

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