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On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup: Dear Leslie Jones

Today we're reading about the Chicano Power movement, Black liberation, and study habits.

Diseased Bag of Crumbling Bones or Presidential Candidate? The Concern Trolling of Hillary Clinton

Clinton is caught in the unwinnable trap of needing to avoid the appearance of being overemotional while also not looking cold, and it’s landed her square in the crosshairs of the conspiracy theory factory.

The Magical Sounds of Singing Sister Trio Joseph

While forming an all-sibling band would be a worst nightmare for many of us, the Closners swear that their tight-knit nature makes their music all the easier to perform. 

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup: Eat a taco, drink a beer, and support abortion access

Today we're reading about Leslie Jones, the University of Kentucky, and Purvi Patel.

In "Take My Wife" Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher Serve Up Charming Self-Awareness With a Side of Sly Pop Culture Critique

Take My Wife is an exciting addition to a growing roster of TV shows that feature great comedians who reflect the diversity of the scene.

"Midwest Farmer's Daughter" Makes Good: Singer Margo Price's Golden Year

If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of this generation’s Tammy Wynette, you’ll be pleased to know that the wait is finally over.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup: Nine hours and three emergency rooms

Today we're reading about Santigold, Black Women's Equal Pay Day, and gossip.

Talking With Ezra Furman, Champion of Sincere Body-Positive Dance Jams

The gender-fluid musician thinks deeply about feelings, feminism, and saxophone riffs. 

Anne Elizabeth Moore's "Threadbare" Unravels the Many Consequences of Fast Fashion

Threadbare is an ambitious, eye-opening, muckraking investigation into the "fast fashion" industry.

On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup: Another "promising" athlete

Today we're reading about promising athletes, Lemonade, and Texas.

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