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Feministing Year in Review: What Lori Loved

Tweet2011 was an exciting year for feminist blogs, with more fresh feminist faces, productive dialogue and crucial reporting than ever before. Feministing was no exception, and while we lost the regular contributions of a few irreplaceable feminist friends of mine, I’m really excited about the new voices that joined the mix this year. It was [...]
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What We Missed

TweetMore anti-choice billboards targeting the black community are up in Atlanta. Their website? Abortioninthehood.com. A judge has struck down the pregnancy discrimination case against Bloomberg (but will allow some individual lawsuits to move forward). Planned Parenthood has ceased providing abortions in three cities in Arizona. You did read what Senator Tom Coburn said about Obama [...]
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What We Missed

Tweet ACRJ asks women living in Oakland what they think about the anti-choice billboards targeting the black community. (Transcript after jump) A new report says that criminally reported violence against the LGBT community rose 13% last year — of those who were killed, 70% were minorities and 44% were transgender women. On Nike’s horrific and [...]
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The continuing fight against anti-abortion billboards targeting communities of color.

TweetIn the last few months pro-life groups have shown us their keen ability to manipulate any social ill in the service of their agenda to strip and deny women of their right to medical care and reproductive health technologies. The latest in this trend has of course been wedging communities of color, suggesting that the [...]
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Breaking: Racist anti-choice billboards targeting Latinas forced to come down

TweetA press release from the group Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, who has taken responsibility for Los Angeles billboards I wrote about two weeks ago, states that the billboards are being removed. They cite efforts by “pro-abortion” groups as the reason for the removal. They also claim these efforts were motivated by a desire to [...]
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