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Happy MLK Day! Five Facts To Refute The Sanitization Of Martin Luther King’s Legacy

It’s a metaphor for the complexities of contemporary America that a week that begins with celebrating one of the country’s most heroic Black activists will end with the inauguration of a racist, fascist, authoritarian white leader.

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Happy 2017! Here is Some Great Feminist Art to Start the Year Right

Happy New Year, everyone! New year, new you, new — okay, it’s two weeks til the inauguration, the future is uncertain, the past is a bloodbath and everything is scary. So it’s a good time to look at some cool feminist art on Instagram!

Happy New Year, everyone! New year, new you, new — okay, it’s two weeks til the inauguration, the future is uncertain, the past is a bloodbath and everything is scary. So it’s a good time to look ...

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2016 Recap: Our Favorite Books

We’re taking a break this week to reflect on some of the best feminist writing of the last year. Today, we’re recalling our favorite feminist books: most were published in 2016, but we’ve cheated and included a few great older ones, too. 

We’re taking a break this week to reflect on some of the best feminist writing of the last year. Today, we’re recalling our favorite feminist books: most were published in 2016, but we’ve cheated and included a few great ...

2016 Recap: Our Feministing Favorites

As the shitshow that’s been 2016 winds to an end, we’re taking this week to reflect on some of the best feminist writing of the last twelve months. Here are our favorites from the site.

As the shitshow that’s been 2016 winds to an end, we’re taking this week to reflect on some of the best feminist writing of the last twelve months. Here are our favorites from the site.

Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Meet Faith Spotted Eagle, the indigenous woman who fights to stop oil pipelines and end violence against Native American women – and was the first Native American to win an electoral college vote for president. See our previous coverage of Faith’s work. 

Meet Faith Spotted Eagle, the indigenous woman who fights to stop oil pipelines and end violence against Native American women – and was the first Native American to win an electoral college vote for president. See

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