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Soul Line: Design and Shop for Change This is the last in a series of three blog posts highlighting S.O.U.L. Sisters’ work. To read the first post, please click here and to read the second post, click here. SOUL Line partners with professional fashion designers, graphic designers and business owners to make 100% youth designed […]

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Wake Up & Smell the Justice – Are We On the Up & Up?: The Fem2 Friday Rewind 12.5-12.11 2015

Welcome to the Fem2 Friday Rewind for the week of 12.5-12.11, 2015 – I’m happy to say there are more good things to highlight! Bring a little feminist positivity to tonight’s holiday party and wow your friends with your current knowledge of the latest fast facts in feminist news!     #RAPECULTURE #SEXUALASSAULT #BLACKWOMENMATTER FORMER […]

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Memo to white feminists re: Hugo Schwyzer

This post speaks to so much I’m feeling right now — my disenfranchisement with mainstream (white) feminist blogs (looking at you Jezebel), a sense of alienation from what I want to write about and what “gets clicks,” narratives like the fuckwit Hugo Schwyzer deal, and yes, even the #solidarityisforwhitewomen hashtag … as chronicled best by this post on The Frisky:

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Race and the Academy: Black Characters, Stories and the Danger of Django

Guest post written by Leigh Kolb. Originally published at Bitch Flicks. Cross-posted with permission. “It is a peculiar sensation, this double-consciousness, this sense of always looking at one’s self through the eyes of others, of measuring one’s soul by the tape of a world that looks on in amused contempt and pity.” – W.E.B. Du […]

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email to emily kadar of feminist campus

Emily–I see myself as a bridge-builder and a cross-pollinator among women’s groups, and I have been spending time getting to know all the players in the femisphere, as well as forming Feminist Advisory Board for Obama, which now exists on both Facebook and Organizing for America.  I’m very impressed with Feminist Campus’ energy and organization, […]

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