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The Feministing Five: The Changing Woman Initiative

For this week’s Feministing Five, we met with the Changing Woman Initiative, a developing non-profit and Native-American-centered women’s health collective focused on developing a culturally focused women’s wellness center and birth place. We spoke to co-founder Nicolle Gonzales to learn more about this fantastic burgeoning organization.

For this week’s Feministing Five, we met with the Changing Woman Initiative, a developing non-profit and Native-American-centered women’s health collective focused on developing a culturally focused women’s wellness center and birth place. We spoke to co-founder ...

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The Feministing Five: Maya Raghu

Domestic violence, despite its name, is hardly just contained to the home. As Feministing has covered again and again, its effects span across various policy spheres and environments. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and, to mark it, we spoke with advocate Maya Raghu to learn how domestic violence impacts the workplace. 

Domestic violence, despite its name, is hardly just contained to the home. As Feministing has covered again and again, its effects span across various policy spheres and environments. October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and, to ...

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The Feministing Five: Rachel B. Tiven

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Rachel B. Tiven, the Executive Director of Immigrant Justice Corps and a leading voice on the need for high quality legal representation for immigrants. We learned more about how gender intersects unjust immigration practices and policies, and what we can do to help.

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Rachel B. Tiven, the Executive Director of Immigrant Justice Corps and a leading voice on the need for high quality legal representation for immigrants. We learned more ...

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The Feministing Five: Kayla E. of Nat Brut

Earlier this month, we were excited to see an infographic that connected well-known feminists with those emerging feminists who inspire them. The creators behind that infographic were literary and arts magazine, Nat. Brut.  This week, spoke to Editor-In-Chief Kayla E. to learn more about Nat Brut’s commitment to equality, diversity, and inclusion in literary arts.

Earlier this month, we were excited to see an infographic that connected well-known feminists with those emerging feminists who inspire them. The creators behind that infographic were literary and arts magazine, Nat. ...

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The Feministing Five: San Francisco’s Frida Selfie Party

For this week’s Feministing Five, we headed to San Francisco’s Mission District for the annual Fiestas Fridas #SelFRIDA Challenge. A 21st century commemoration to Frida Kahlo and her incredible self-portraits, folks from across the Bay Area dressed up like Frida and took some great selfies. Frida photos await!

For this week’s Feministing Five, we headed to San Francisco’s Mission District for the annual Fiestas Fridas #SelFRIDA Challenge. A 21st century commemoration to Frida Kahlo and her incredible self-portraits, folks from across the Bay Area ...

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The Feministing Five: Erin Davison-Rippey

In case you missed it, the Supreme Court of Iowa affirmed its support for more accessible abortion through something called telemedicine.  We spoke to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland Public Affairs Director Erin Davison-Rippey to learn more about the ruling, this innovative use of health technology, and where it might go from here.

In case you missed it, the Supreme Court of Iowa affirmed its support for more accessible abortion through something called telemedicine.  We spoke to Planned Parenthood of the Heartland Public Affairs Director Erin Davison-Rippey to learn ...

The Feministing Five: Dr. Kali Nicole Gross

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Dr. Kali Nicole Gross, who is an associate professor, associate chair of the African and African Diaspora Studies Department, and core faculty in Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

For this week’s Feministing Five, we spoke with Dr. Kali Nicole Gross, who is an associate professor, associate chair of the African and African Diaspora Studies Department, and core faculty in Women’s & Gender Studies at the University ...

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