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Spoken Word Duo DarkMatter Talks Race, Gender, and Imperialism

"We didn’t consent to being underground; we were forcibly submerged."

BitchTapes: Songs for Self-Love

Turn those love songs back around on yourself. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Tamir Rice, Flint, and the neuroscience of love. 

Popaganda Episode: Self-Care

Hardcore activists still need to sleep enough, eat enough, and stretch every once in a while. On this episode, we explore the gender and race dynamics of taking care of our minds and bodies and share self-care tips.

Anya to Zombies: An Alphabet of 26 Graphic Novels by Women

A killer A-to-Z reading list of comics by women.

For An Adjunct Professor, Academic Power Dynamics Feed into Rape Culture

Part-time professors rely on student evaluations and often have little clout on campus. So what happens when they're sexually harassed by students? 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Beyoncé, Ferguson, and "Jane the Virgin." 

"Rat Queens" and the Power of Female Friendship

The heart of Image comics series "Rat Queens" is a love between messy, complicated outcasts.

Beyonce's "Formation" Is a Celebration of Unapologetic Blackness

Make no mistake about it, Beyoncé's video for her new single, “Formation,” is both an homage to Blackness.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

Today we're reading about Samantha Bee, the Zika virus, and the NH primary.

You Can Be a Feminist and Not Support Hillary Clinton

 The exciting thing in this election is that we *have* a choice. 

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