Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Compiled by Juliana and Alexandra

We’re excited for this upcoming film about the life of Wilma Mankiller, the first modern woman chief of the Cherokee Nation.

When talking about the gendered wage gap, why do we always phrase it as “women are paid less than men” rather than “men are paid more than women?”

Colorlines has a guide for you about new developments on prison reform.

Forget about State of the Union, what was said in the State of Indian Nations Address?

Confessions of an ex-TSA agent.

“Science” vs. “Mom logic” in the NFL.

New Yorkers: welcome to your February.

Bay Area, California

Juliana is a writer, a speaker, and a consultant. Her blogging work focuses on feminist and racial justice movements lead by Latinas throughout the Americas, touching on issues such as environmental justice, immigration, colonization, land rights and indigenous movements. She has been a regular Contributor to Feministing since Spring of 2013, and also been published on the Huffington Post, Mic, and the Feminist Wire. Juliana studied Latin American and Latinx Studies at the University of California and is now based in the Bay Area where she has worked with various organizations on social media and communications strategy. In her free time, she likes to dance salsa and tango and practice Portuguese with her cousins via Skype.

Juliana is a Latina feminist writer and digital communications specialist living in California.

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  • http://feministing.com/members/samll/ Sam L-L

    When talking about the gendered wage gap, why do we always phrase it as “women are paid less than men” rather than “men are paid more than women?”

    Because proposing to raise people’s wages sounds good and proposing to cut people’s wages sounds villainous.

    Is this a trick question?