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Feministing at Netroots Nation 2012

Tweet The next few days are Netroots Nation, a big annual progressive organizing and blogging conference being held in Providence, RI this year. I’m at the conference, along with Zerlina and Katie. I’m currently at the LGBT pre-convening, organized by the badass Michael Rogers - Netroots starts in earnest tomorrow. We’ll be blogging from the conference for the [...]
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Snapped at CLPP: Fashion at the 2012 conference

TweetAs you all know, Eesha and I were blogging from this year’s Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program Conference, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice” at Hampshire College. So far, we’ve covered lots of Important Issues like colonization and colonialism. Follow the CLPP2012 tag to view all our posts. But while I was struck by the high-quality [...]
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Trans rights are reproductive rights

TweetThis is a guest post by Katherine Cross for our partnership with the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Conference happening this weekend. Cross is President of the Hunter College Women’s Rights Coalition and a Core Collective member of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. Count me among the legions of women who never thought our nation would [...]
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Awesome upcoming event: Momentum

TweetIn about two weeks, I’m heading down to Washington, DC to participate in a conference that I’m so freaking excited about. It’s Momentum: Making waves in sexuality, feminism and relationships. It’s two days of panels and presentations about a hundred different aspects and iterations of sexuality, with a list of amazing presenters as long as [...]
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Sex, Power, and Speaking Truth: Anita Hill 20 Years Later

TweetThis Saturday, October 15th in New York City, Feministing will be co-sponsoring Sex, Power, and Speaking Truth: Anita Hill 20 Years Later. The conference will be held at Hunter College and will feature some amazing panelists and a keynote from Anita Hill herself. The conference is free for students and a suggested donation of $20 [...]
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