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Seven Women’s History Month Books for Youngsters, Young Adults, and Grown-Ups

Here are seven picks to kick-start a youngster’s interest in women’s history, STEM, and sports—or to keep the fire burning for a grown-up!

New Music Moday: Moor Mother

Moor Mother's music is not for the faint of heart (or ears). If you're not on her wavelength, get out of her way. 

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Fake Male Feminists

Today we're reading about ICE, Chicana art, and Kalief Browder.

Soft Serve : The Media Normalization of Mike Pence

It’s one (terrible and ill-advised) thing to politely pretend that Pence’s tenure in Indiana wasn’t uniformly awful for anyone who wasn’t Mike Pence. It’s another to rewrite history.

BitchTapes: The Family Way

Singer-songwriter Laura Gibson turned in a thoughtful, multi-faceted playlist for our Family Values issue.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Friday

Today we're reading about The Love Witch, Jordan Peele, and SCOTUS.

Popaganda Episode: A Protest is Not a Riot

The movements that have arisen recently to challenge racism and violence in our justice system have created not only discussion and outrage, but a cultural shift. Out of racism and violence and sexism has come creativity: songs, chants, art, policy ideas, creative ways to push back against power and reimagine the way our world can be.  On today’s show, we’re looking at the culture that has...

March Madness: Marketing Women's History Month

Since January, my inbox has been brimming with press releases for female-specific products and services described with one or more of the following terms: “revolution,” “empowering,” “strong,” “confident,” and “kickass.”

Mourning Norma McCorvey: The Story of Jane Roe is a Lifelong Struggle to Heal from Hardship and Abuse

Norma was not wounded by the abortions she didn’t have. She was wounded by life.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Trump's Speech

Today we're reading about Congress, Casey Affleck, and Kalief Browder.

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