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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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Feministing Jamz: What Las Cafeteras’ “This Land” says about land & power

Tweet Last week I wrote about a little yoga studio challenging big things in East LA. People’s Yoga might seem like a simple spot for some fun exercise, but with each class it offers, it challenges deeply entrenched systems of white supremacy and economic inequities. This week People’s Yoga co-founder Leah Gallego’s band, Las Cafeteras, is doing [...]
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Feministing Jamz: Cakes Da Killa’s Hunger Pangs

Tweet   Cakes Da Killa, a Feministing Jamz fave from its start, is back with a new mixtape, Hunger Pangs. Now, if you’ve spent any time with his previous release, The Eulogy, or any of his other stuff, you know Cakes goes hard. This dude can spit, and he keeps up the momentum on his [...]
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Feministing Jamz: The Afropunk Festival is doing it right

Tweet The Afropunk Festival is hands-down one of my favorite things about summer in New York City. Every year, at the end of August, there is a whole weekend full of amazing musicians, and this year’s lineup is super exciting. Even outside of the music, though, the Festival has managed to create a wonderful and accepting [...]
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Feministing Jamz video of the week: FKA twigs’ “Two Weeks”

Tweet We just featured new stuff from twigs on the blog last week, but this is a productive and deeply talented woman, so I can’t help but share with you the gorgeous new song and video she just premiered. “Two Weeks“ is a sexy as fuck R&B jam with heavy beats a beautiful vocals, and [...]
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