Tag Archives: deportation

Feministing Jamz: La Santa Cecilia on feminism, immigration, and storytelling

Tweet La Santa Cecilia is one of those bands whose raw energy stops you in your tracks from the jump. I first encountered them live at the Pachangafest in Austin, TX in 2012. On my way from one stage to the next, I was stopped in my tracks in front of a little side stage [...]
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Justin Bieber won’t be deported because he’s rich and white

Tweet I don’t know how this keeps happening, but somehow I’m writing about Justin Bieber again. I couldn’t sing one of his songs if there was a gun pointed at my head, but this kid keeps causing trouble in matters that are close to my heart. What did he do this time? The singer allegedly [...]
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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

Tweetby Juliana and Jos The Abortion Care Network is sponsoring an abortion stigma busting video contest. Videographers can learn more and enter here. 8 inventions by women that dudes get credit for. The protestors in Tucson who blocked a bus from deporting immigrants had a small victory: the detainees they were blocking received no jail [...]
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Go Ahead and Self-deport, Asshole

Tweet Ed. note: This post is part of the second round of the Feministing “So You Think You Can Blog” contributor contest (background here). Stay tuned all week as our six finalists take turns turns covering the blog and giving us a sense of their personal contributor style. The winner of the contest and newest member [...]
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Familiy ties: immigration, deportation and child welfare

TweetMany of you might be aware that the recent rates of detention and deportation have been alarmingly high. Many immigrant families are being broken apart. A new report from the Applied Research Center gets into an important question: What happens to the children of parents who are detained or deported? What happens to these families? [...]
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