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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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Naomi Klein discusses upcoming climate justice film on Democracy Now

For many of today’s climate justice activists, Naomi Klein’s book This Changes Everything serves as a handbook for the revolution. It paints a terrifying picture of what will happen if we don’t do anything, but a diverse (and notably indigenous and female) picture of what’s already being done to fight the fossil fuel industry and climate change. 

For many of today’s climate justice activists, Naomi Klein’s book This Changes Everything serves as a handbook for the revolution. It paints a terrifying picture of what will happen if we don’t do anything, but ...

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Feministing Reads: Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything

The thesis of Naomi Klein’s new book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate — backed up with a heap of devastating research — is very simple: We’ve dithered away so many decades failing to take real action to combat climate change that now global capitalism and a livable world are a collision course — one of them must radically change. Very quickly. 

The thesis of Naomi Klein’s new book This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate — backed up with a heap of devastating research — is very simple: We’ve dithered away so many decades failing to take ...

Feministing Jamz Video of the Week: Ana Tijoux ft. Shadia Mansour – Somos Sur

The always amazing Feministing Jamz favorite Ana Tijoux is back with a new video for her track “Somos Sur” featuring Palestinian rapper Shadia Mansour. Talking global south unity and making connections between sovereignty for the indigenous peoples of the Americas and Palestinian sovereignty, this video is both visually and intellectually stunning. Don’t miss it.

The always amazing Feministing Jamz favorite Ana Tijoux is back with a new video for her track “Somos Sur” featuring Palestinian rapper Shadia Mansour. Talking global south unity and making connections between sovereignty for ...

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Weekly Feminist Reader

Egyptian cartoonist Doaa Eladl publishes a controversial cartoon criticizing FGC.

The North Dakota Senate has approved a ban on abortions after six-weeks of pregnancy, the most restrictive in the country.

Both cops involved in Kimani Gray’s murder had already been named in federal lawsuits.

The Middle East’s first women’s museum has opened in Dubai.

Domestic violence is four times as prevalent in police offer families as in the general population.

Ugandan girl chess genius Phiona Mutesi invited to play against Bill Gates (who is arrogant enough to think he stands a chance).

How has social media changed the way we talk about rape?

Senator Feinstein won’t stand for mansplaining.

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Egyptian cartoonist Doaa Eladl publishes a controversial cartoon criticizing FGC.

The North Dakota Senate has approved a ban on abortions after six-weeks of pregnancy, the most restrictive in the country.

Both cops ...