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Feministing Five: Elisa Kreisinger

Tweet Cutting, splicing, and reattaching her way through pop-culture, Elisa Kreisinger is a vibrant artist of the 21st century. Elisa, through her work at Pop Culture Pirate, creates feminist multi-media remixes of popular culture which lucky for us, she shares with the web. For example, she’s created works that reinvent shows like The Real Housewives of [...]
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Photo of the Day: Survivors thriving in numbers

Tweet  At Surviving in Numbers - a sexual assault and domestic violence awareness/prevention project featuring posters from survivors – a new batch of signs are up that are noticeably different than those posted before. These signs focus on life after the assault, with survivors sharing their journeys after violence and how they’ve found their way to [...]
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New blog to watch: Flyover Feminism

TweetI’m very, very excited about this just-launched forum created by Shakesville’s Melissa McEwan, Garland Grey of Tiger Beatdown and Jessica Luther of scATX: This site’s goal is to create a community of feminist/womanist activists around the US and the world whose voices and viewpoints are typically left out of conversations and representations of mainstream feminism, who struggle to [...]
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Support feminist organizing wins. Support Feministing!

TweetFeministing is a labor of love – but it shouldn’t be. In addition to blogging, our team of badass Contributors and Editors all have the equivalent of full time jobs (currently mine is grad school. I’m so tired). I believe the work of feminist blogs is valuable and vital – we share information and resources, [...]
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The Feministing Five: Emily Heroy

TweetEmily Heroy is Executive Editor and co-founder of Gender Across Borders, a blog that serves as “a global voice for gender justice.” The site started in April 2009 in the interest of promoting the voice of global feminism and highlighting issues that affect women abroad. Originally from Chicago, Emily went to college in New York [...]
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