Tag Archives: women in music

Feministing Jamz: Jam of the Week – Fatima Al Qadiri’s Shanghai Freeway

Tweet Fatima Al Qadiri is a Brooklyn-based visual artist who’s making great music (on her own and with a variety of awesome side projects) and talking about it in really thoughtful and interesting ways. Tweet
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Best feminist music videos of 2013

Tweet It’s that time of year: 2013 Best Of lists are making the rounds, and we’re not about to be left out of the party. In a year that was quite frankly super embarrassing for white pop stars, who were showing their asses and being racist extra hard in 2013, we want to give play [...]
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Support the Colored Girls Hustle Hard mixtape!

Tweet Are you interested in supporting women of color making dope and affirming music? OF COURSE YOU ARE! Tweet
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Quick hit: M.I.A. on building a platform to tell her story

Tweet M.I.A. is a compelling performer in many ways, but I’m particularly interested in her as a woman of color artist with (sometimes unpopular) opinions that she’s not afraid to express. Tweet
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Quick Hit of Inspiration: Musicians on “One Woman”

Tweet Twenty-five musicians from around the world, including Anoushka Shankar, Idan Raichel, and Buika, came together to collaborate on “One Woman,” a song designed to inspire listeners to fight for gender equality globally. The song was originally written for the launch of UN Women in 2011. The organization will release the track on March 8, International Women’s [...]
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