Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

On “the rehabilitation of George W. Bush” (he’s still responsible for the murder of a million Iraqis — no matter how many hugs he gets from Michelle Obama).

Tishaura Jones lost by 888 votes in St. Louis’ mayoral race this week. In response to her incredible race — and frustrating defeat, folks are discussing the role Black men played in stopping her from becoming mayor? 

Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill “takes women back to a time when they weren’t separate persons from their husbands”.

The No More Challenge kicked off this week, a competition to award over $150,000 to organizations fighting gender violence. With abusers in literally every office in this country, this work is more important than ever. Donate to the challenge today (my favorite? the Know Your IX team!)

Kickstarter’s hosting it’s Art + Feminism Wikipedia Editathon this Sunday. New York friends, meet up on March 12th — from 10AM to 5PM — at Kickstarter HG.

My friend Tabia posed the question “If 2017 were a poem, what would you title it?” to 34 writers. Here is what they said.

My friend Josh (I am blessed with wonderful, rad writers as friends!) is the featured poet in Issue 52 of tenderloin. Check out his art.

Mahroh Jahangiri is the Executive Director of Know Your IX, a national survivor- and youth-led organization working to end gender violence in schools. She was formerly a junior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and her previous research has focused on the ways in which American militarization, racism, and sexual violence impact non-white communities transnationally. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, she lives and organizes in DC. You can say hi to her at @mahrohj.

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

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