A group of people hold a sign saying "Pussy grabs back."

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This is amazing: today, a group of around 60 women formed a human chain around Trump Tower holding signs that read “Pussies In Formation,” “Pussy Grabs Back,” and “Cunt Touch This.” They condemned Trump and the entire Republic Party for decades of violent policies. 

Their protest comes a day after a group occupied the Republican National Committee’s Headquarters in Washington, DC—asking them to un-endorse Trump for prez.

More women come forward to say Trump assaulted them.

Trump’s belligerency continues to serve as a cover for Clinton’s violence. So here’s a piece on the Clinton Foundation’s murky history in Haiti.

Colin Kaepernick thoughtfully responds to Ruth Ginsburg’s white feminism, pointing out how “disappointing” it is to hear a Supreme Court justice call a protest against violence “dumb.”

In response to ongoing actions against the pipeline, “the Morton County Sheriff’s Office has activated the one of the most militant responses ever in North Dakota’s history.”

California scholars decry assault on academic freedom in the interest of one settler colonial state, Israel.

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Mahroh Jahangiri is the former Executive Director of Know Your IX, a national survivor- and youth-led organization working to end gender violence in schools. She cares about the ways in which American militarization, racism, and sexual violence impact communities of color transnationally. You can say hi to her at @mahrohj.

Mahroh Jahangiri is the former Executive Director of Know Your IX, a national survivor- and youth-led organization working to end gender violence in schools.

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