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Faces of the Movement

New Favorite Tumblr: Faces of the Movement

With numerous powerful Moral Monday actions across the United States this week, another declared state of emergency in St. Louis, and the continued arrests and harassment of countless activists, it only makes sense to take some time and recognize the individuals who keep this work going.

With numerous powerful Moral Monday actions across the United States this week, another declared state of emergency in St. Louis, and the continued arrests and harassment of countless activists, it only makes sense to take some time ...

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Feministing Jamz video of the week: “Girls Killing It” by Aina More

London-based Nigerian lyricist Aina More has a fire new video that you can look to to set all your summer squad goals. More says that “Girls Killing It” is a track  “celebrating the achievements of women.” 

London-based Nigerian lyricist Aina More has a fire new video that you can look to to set all your summer squad goals. More says that “Girls Killing It” is a track  “celebrating the achievements of women.” 

It was never a dress

It was never a dress

Of course! We should have known…

The tech company Axosoft revealed the real story behind the bathroom lady’s silhouette at the Girls In Tech conference last week.

Of course! We should have known…

The tech company Axosoft revealed the real story behind the bathroom lady’s silhouette at the Girls In Tech conference last week.

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“Remember me as a revolutionary communist.” RIP, Leslie Feinberg.

Calling Leslie Feinberg, who died this past weekend, a trans writer and activist does a disservice to the incredible breadth of radical intersectional work ze did as an “anti-racist white, working-class, secular Jewish, transgender, lesbian, female, revolutionary communist” — from writing the influential novel Stone Butch Blues to editing the communist Workers World newspaper, from mobilizing against the KKK in Atlanta to defending Buffalo, NY from anti-choicers. 

Calling Leslie Feinberg, who died this past weekend, a trans writer and activist does a disservice to the incredible breadth of radical intersectional work ze did as an “anti-racist white, working-class, secular Jewish, transgender, lesbian, female, revolutionary ...

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