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Clinton’s Nomination: A Feminist Milestone?

Editor’s note: This post was co-authored by Mahroh Jahangiri and Dana Bolger.

At long last, it’s happened: Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, the first woman in U.S. history to do it. 

Editor’s note: This post was co-authored by Mahroh Jahangiri and Dana Bolger.

At long last, it’s happened: Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, the first woman in U.S. history to do it. 

Hillary Clinton in a pink suit speaking at the 1995 Conference in Beijing.

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Since Muhammad Ali passed away last week, I’ve been grateful for how many people have come forward not only to reflect on his greatness, but to place that greatness in its proper context.

Since Muhammad Ali passed away last week, I’ve been grateful for how many people have come forward not only to reflect on his greatness, but to place that greatness in its proper context.

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Jill Stein, leave essentialist ideas of motherhood out of the election

I like Jill Stein, the doctor and repeat Green Party nominee for the presidency. She seems like a rad lady. But I was disappointed by her tweet yesterday about Hillary Clinton and motherhood:

I like Jill Stein, the doctor and repeat Green Party nominee for the presidency. She seems like a rad lady. But I was disappointed by her tweet yesterday about Hillary Clinton and motherhood:

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Black Girl Invisible: When the Political Process Ignores Me Until It’s Convenient

On all sides, the race to the presidency is uncertain, and the Democratic candidates are strategically using Black women to usher themselves into the highest executive office in the land. 

On all sides, the race to the presidency is uncertain, and the Democratic candidates are strategically using Black women to usher themselves into the highest executive office in the land. 

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