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Feministing Readz: Looking for home in ire’ne lara silva’s flesh to bone

TweetI’m not sure about your social media, but mine lately’s been blowing up with people talking about just how much their hometown they are. People on my feeds are so Chicago. They’re so Wingate, NC, they’re so Worcester, MA, and they’re so New York City. They’re dropping names of old hangouts and neighborhood characters. As an [...]
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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

Tweet More on Maya Angelou’s funeral. Good news: the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against an Arizona law that restricted the use of abortion-inducing medications. Kiera Wilmot, the school-to-prison pipeline, and the consequences of criminalizing school discipline. The women reporters who covered World War II. Tweet
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8 feminist ways to celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Tweet Happy Drinco de Mayo! Today plenty of people around the country are getting drunk on behalf of Mexicans, a sweet and thoughtful gesture. Unfortunately, drinking lots of tequila is not enough to change the racism and xenophobia plenty of Mexicans and other Latinxs face in the U.S. But never fear feminists! Since we have [...]
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So…where’s Dolores Huerta’s movie?

TweetThis Friday, March 28th, the Diego Luna-directed film that documents the life and times of Cesar Chavez is set to hit theaters across the country.  Chavez was an incredible man and one of the co-founders of the United Farm Workers — a male co-founder, to be more specific. Tweet
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