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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

TweetOld but good: why you should celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, not Columbus Day. Violence against indigenous women, mapped. Justice4Jane has called an emergency phone blast for Jane Doe in Connecticut. Not That Bad: A Photo Project. Viola Davis talks about hunger. New report on 50 years of workplace sexual harassment from Equal Rights Advocates. Tweet
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Private detention corporations are profiting off of detaining migrant survivors of sexual violence

Tweet This week Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officially announced its plans to open a new family detention center in Dilley, Texas, to house mostly women and children. This will be the fourth “residential center” in the country after facilities in Artesia, New Mexico and Karnes City, Texas were opened in response to the recent influx of [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Is gay pride just for white people? “Meanwhile, us Nigerian and Black women are speaking to our collective anger and frustration because of a global society that deems our bodies and lives disposable and irrelevant.” Meet Esther Mbabazi, Rwanda’s first female pilot. Latinas within the Obama presidency. On being a “bad feminist“. Tweet
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Weekly Feminist Reader

TweetRemembering Freedom Summer. A woman died in jail while serving a sentence for her kids’ unpaid school fines. Native victims in Alaskan rural communities lack access to domestic violence shelters. Hillary Clinton’s perspective on same-sex marriage has shifted, as it has for many Americans. “Telling girls to ‘cover up’ just as puberty hits teaches them [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Consent, the mixtape:  ”To say that love is the overriding theme of pop music is misleading.” A step by step of what the Hobby Lobby / personhood Supreme Court case really means. Poverty and fatherhood in Camden, New Jersey. A portrait of trans artists changing the landscape of contemporary art.  Tweet
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