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TweetOld but good: why you should celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day, not Columbus Day. Violence against indigenous women, mapped. Justice4Jane has called an emergency phone blast for Jane Doe in Connecticut. Not That Bad: A Photo Project. Viola Davis talks about hunger. New report on 50 years of workplace sexual harassment from Equal Rights Advocates. Tweet
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The Feministing Five: Darius Clark Monroe

TweetDarius Clark Monroe is transforming the ways media portrays incarcerated young black men, starting with his own story. At the age of 16, Darius committed armed robbery, which dramatically impacted his life as well as those around him. After serving five years in a maximum security prison, Darius has since earned a MFA from NYU’s [...]
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Jane Doe and Connecticut’s Carceral Crisis, Part II: The Office of the Child Advocate Lives Up to Its Name

Tweet  #452584447 / gettyimages.com When I last wrote about Jane Doe, I condemned the Connecticut State Department of Children and Families (DCF) for waging a PR war on her back, trying her through press-releases rather than in a fairly adjudicated court of law. Last week, the Connecticut State Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) formally [...]
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The Feministing Five: Justice for Jane

TweetAs Feministing has covered and continues to cover, the State of Connecticut is currently holding a 16-year-old trans Latina girl in prison under the ridiculous claim that there is no better place for her. She has been in prison for nearly 100 days, yet she has not been convicted of any crime. 16 year old [...]
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Trial By Press Release: Jane Doe and Connecticut’s carceral crisis

TweetTrans people are patriarchy’s constitutional crisis. Our very existence presents the gender order with an unfixable problem that is impossible to discipline back into its neat boundaries, save through the most extreme of actions. The Connecticut State Department of Children and Familes (DCF) has created just such a crisis in the case of Jane Doe, [...]
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