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This week in feminism south of the border

Tweet Image Source A few of the pieces I’ve been reading on what feminists have been up to this week just south of the border: Be sure to check out Red for Gender’s wonderful blog carnival, #dearcaribbean, with love  The series has covered topics ranging from victim-blaming to dictatorship, with writers from all around the Caribbean [...]
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What we know about each other on the Internet

TweetToday the Guardian published its most sweeping article yet on the top secret National Security Agency surveillance program exposed in large part by whistleblower Edward Snowden and the documents he leaked. As someone who both consumes and creates content on the Internet for political and cultural ends (and, let’s face it, as a Millennial), I’m fascinated, terrified, [...]
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