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Feministing Jamz: What Las Cafeteras’ “This Land” says about land & power

Tweet Last week I wrote about a little yoga studio challenging big things in East LA. People’s Yoga might seem like a simple spot for some fun exercise, but with each class it offers, it challenges deeply entrenched systems of white supremacy and economic inequities. This week People’s Yoga co-founder Leah Gallego’s band, Las Cafeteras, is doing [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet What’s implicit bias? These eight young black men describe how they live with it at school. Cheers Diane Humetewa! The Senate has confirmed the first Native American woman as a federal judge. “There’s a reason survivors choose not to go to the police, and that’s because they’re treated as the criminals.” New infographics on the (il)legality [...]
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Weekly Feminist Reader

Tweet Malia and Sasha in the White House: dangerous narrative about the progress of African-American girls. Social media, teens, moral panic, and the sexual predators that “lurk everywhere”. Cooking skills and farm vegetables in inner-city Washington D.C. “Beyonce is asking ‘how come,‘and so am I.” Corporate sponsors flee from Boston’s homophobic St. Patrick’s Day parade. [...]
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Friday Feminist Fuck You: The Oscars (via Native Appropriations)

Tweet None of us is surprised to reaffirm that the Hollywood awards season never brings very good news for racial or gender justice. At the Golden Globes we saw people of color consistently overlooked, Jared Leto celebrated for playing a trans woman (who apparently can’t be real), and the worship of a child molester, Woody [...]
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Quick Hit: “Law & Order: Indian Country”

Tweet  Image Credit Earlier this week, the Tribal Law and Order Commission released a report documenting the effects of the Tribal Law and Order Act, and setting forth recommendations on how to decrease violence in tribal areas of the U.S. Tweet
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