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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet John Oliver takes on the situation in Ferguson. “When will being a person be evidence enough that you deserve to stay alive in America?” One father tells what he did after the police killed his son. “Is his life worth less than mine?” Amnesty International sends unprecedented delegation to Ferguson. “Neither deserved to be executed [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweet   Youth were heard during #NMOS14. www.justiceformikebrown.com On the front lines in Ferguson. New Student Nation on campus organizing around the country. A history of firsts. Columbia University survivor-activists respond to new policies. Very cool: California organizations form a Title IX Coalition. Lerricompoop. Congrats to the Hairpin and its new editor, Haley Mlotek! Tweet
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Tweet Apparently this qualifies as Very Important Feminist News today. How World War I gave us the modern bra. USA Today has a totally novel idea for solving the campus rape crisis. How Texas could be left with 7 abortion providers, explained in 7 sentences. The best way to save the romantic comedy? Make women-written, [...]
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TweetChimamanda Ngozi Adichie just published an ebook called We Should All Be Feminists. Stay tuned for a review next week! Why are women in prison? The NYPD “Rape Cop” is now suing his accuser. “Elite populism doesn’t threaten the elites.” Meet the feminists on one of the most evangelical campuses in the U.S.   Tweet
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TweetFast food workers are going to start using civil disobedience in their fight for a living wage. Some good reads from Byron Hurt and Dave Zirin on the reaction to NFL-er Ray Rice’s domestic violence. On tech’s gender problem. The question should be, “Did she want to have sex?” The majority of female voters wouldn’t [...]
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