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NBC and the Manufacturing of Donald Trump

The Apprentice groomed millions of future voters to believe that women and people of color are less competent than white men, who are natural leaders; business ethics are a joke; gratuitous offensiveness is admirable honesty; and Trump’s judgment matters more than anyone else’s.  

"There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyoncé" : Morgan Parker's New Collection is a Complex Tribute to Black American Womanhood

These words, brilliant, lovely, and sharp like a diamond, cut deeply. Parker's book is an exciting contribution to the rich legacy of Black feminist art, literature, poetry, and music.

New Music Monday: Astronautica

A dreamy track from L.A. producer Astronautica disguises a cutting ultimatum in velvet and reverb.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Hell no, Daniel Holtzclaw

Today we're reading about Uber, Utah, and books.

If the Resistance Fits: On Marketplace Feminsim, Representation, and NYFW

Resistance is au courant, and don’t think designers haven’t noticed.

Reverberations: History and Legacies of Resistance in Black Women’s Music

These acts of transfer, of protesting social conditions and the status quo through music, continue to remain integral to Black women’s survival and protest.

Audre Lorde's ABC's of Fighting Fascism: It's Time for All of Us to Face our History

When I don’t know what to do, I turn to the Lorde. And right now, a lot of us don’t know what to do.

BitchTapes: From the Mouths of Babes

This week's mix celebrates work by artists under the age of 21 at the time of recording. I believe the children are our future, y'all. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: American Horror Story

Today we're reading about strikes, rallies, and marches.

Popaganda: Who Writes Our History?

History isn't static—it's the stories we tell ourselves about the past. And that story changes depending on who's doing the telling.

 

Are You Buying For-Profit Feminism?: We Bet You Are And You Probably Don't Even Know It

We're here to work against the clean, mainstream, for-profit media narrative of calling ourselves feminists and then calling it a day.

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