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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Weather Channel schools on climate data

Today we're reading about digital surveillance, Standing Rock, and Washington.

Popaganda: Chaos

Chaos. We spend so much energy trying to avoid it. Both in politics and in our personal lives, things rarely go as planned. That doesn’t stop us from trying, from willing and working to make things people and countries fall in line. But often chaos is just what we need. After, there’s a lot of things that could use some shaking up. This episode highlights three writers from the issue...

Three Questions for Former Bitch Media Superstar Intern Soraya Roberts: Celebrating 20 Years of Feminist Media

When young Canadian writer Soraya Roberts applied for an internship at Bitch in the mid-2000s, it was a match made in geeky pop culture heaven.

Buried Deep: Antichoice Legislation and Funeral Poverty

New rules finalized by the Texas Department of Health Services strike a crafty financial blow to abortion access.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Fascism is not cute

Today we're reading about the Black Panthers, the KKK, and Ethnic Studies.

Black Feminist Joy: A Photo Essay

In a world marked by deeply racist narratives that prescribe Black bodies and bodies of color as visible and legible only through the lenses of oppression, violence, and death, joy becomes an act of vital resistance.

WOMANPRODUCER Project Celebrates the Women Behind the Music

Khaela Maricich and Melissa Dyne of The Blow have founded a new multimedia art project and organization, WOMANPRODUCER, to connect and celebrate women who make their own music. 

Some of Us are Brave: An Aesop's Fable for Democrats

If the Democratic Party walks away from social justice, marginalized Americans will lose and so will the party.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: The Most Nominated Female Artist in Grammy History

Today we're reading about Bill Cosby, microaggressions, and Texas.

When Our Heroes Fail Us: On Margaret Atwood's Response to the Firing of UBC Professor Steven Galloway

If UBC's handling of Galloway's case shows a lack of transparency, it has at least made one thing very, very clear: Our literary heroes do not always stand up to scrutiny in the times when we need them the most.