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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

The Supreme Court opted this morning to remand Gavin Grimm’s case to the Fourth Circuit, in light of Trump rescinding the Obama guidance protecting transgender students.

“Nothing about today’s action changes the law. Title IX and the Constitution protect Gavin and other trans students.”

The Supreme Court opted this morning to remand Gavin Grimm’s case to the Fourth Circuit, in light of Trump rescinding the Obama guidance protecting transgender students.

“Nothing about today’s action changes the law. Title ...

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Immigrants and Their Children Respond to Trump: #BanThis

Editor’s note: This piece was co-written by Maria Rohani and Sameen Ahmadnia.

On February 15, 2017, we launched #BanThis, a photo campaign curated by the children of immigrants in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order banning refugees and nationals of seven ‘Muslim majority’ countries from entering the U.S.. The order, or “Muslim Ban” – phrasing used by Trump during his own Presidential campaign – is unfounded, illegal, unconstitutional, and discriminatory. But worst of all, it is personally devastating to the individuals it impacts, to their families, friends, and communities. 

Editor’s note: This piece was co-written by Maria Rohani and Sameen Ahmadnia.

On February 15, 2017, we launched #BanThis, a photo campaign curated by the children of immigrants in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order banning ...

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Trump’s Muslim Ban is Fundamentally Anti-Black

Black Muslim immigrants are doubly vulnerable right now: they face a military state built to bomb, deport, and detain Muslims—and a police state built to criminalize and kill them. This Black History Month, let’s do better in our defense of immigrants and connect Islamophobia to anti-Blackness. 

Black Muslim immigrants are doubly vulnerable right now: they face a military state built to bomb, deport, and detain Muslims—and a police state built to criminalize and kill them. This Black History Month, let’s do ...

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Daily Feminist Cheat Sheet

“I know, I know / If you could go back you / would walk with Jesus / You would march with King [...] / It would all be clear to you / But people then, just like you / were baffled, had bills / to pay and children they didn’t / understand and they too / were so desperate for normalcy / they made anything normal.”

“I know, I know / If you could go back you / would walk with Jesus / You would march with King [...] / It would all be clear to you / But people then, ...