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New Music Monday: Honeyblood

The Glasgow duo makes breezy garage rock that is, fittingly, about the invincibility of friendship.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: When our (white) feminist heroes fail us

Today we're reading about Re Jane, book recommendations, and self care.

After FIFA Lifts Hijab Ban, Muslim Women Soccer Players Hit the Field

Tasneem Abu-Rob and Rand Albustanji, two of Jordan’s starters, became the first players to wear a hijab at a FIFA-sanctioned world tournament.

The Woke Generation : “Muslim Girl” Author Explains How Millennials Are Shaking The Country Up—In a Good Way

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh is a mover and shaker. When she was a senior in high school, Al-Khatahtbeh was fed up with the lack of pop culture centering on Muslim girls like her. So she created her own website from her bedroom in New Jersey to talk about the things she and her friends cared about. Today, still publishes daily articles about politics, body image, and pop...

Donald Trump Is Deplorable, Racist, and Islamophobic: But Please Don't Call Him "Crazy"

By labeling Trump’s behaviors as “mental illness,” people aren’t just engaging in casual hyperbole, they're repeating terms they hear used as epithets. And that hurts, for people who deal with mental illness.

BitchTapes: Voice Lessons

A mix of voices that expand our horizons, change the way we listen, and challenge our expectations.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: “I feel it so personally. And I'm sure that many of you do, too.”

Today we're reading about Michelle Obama, "Soy Yo," and Luke Cage.

Popaganda: Navigating Workplace Patriarchy

The author of "Feminist Fight Club" and the co-host of the About Race podcast share ideas for dealing with sexism and racism at work.

Laughing at the Cops: The Disconnect Between Police Comedies—Like "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"—And the Real Police

In a show that revolves around modern policing, set in the heart of New York City, not admitting that the police have a problem is a problem.

"Believe in Yourself, Straight Up." : An Interview With Roberta Colindrez

Fun Home and I Love Dick star Roberta Colindrez talks about queer narratives and the power of theater.