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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Let Them Eat Cake

Today we're reading about Hidden Figures, Mike Pence, and heroes.

Roe at 44 May Be Our Worst Roe Ever

Having Congress, The White House, the Supreme Court and most of the states in the nation all under one party’s control? That’s more alarming, and signals real danger for abortion rights.

Backtalk: Trump's Toxic First Days & Women's March

Dahlia and Amy try not to lose their minds talking about the first days of the new alternative-facts presidency. Dahlia shares her experience at the poorly-attended inauguration and how the Women's March in DC was a hopeful act. Then they talk about some of the destructive policies that have been enacted in less than a week since Trump took a seat behind the desk of the Oval Office signing...

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: #ResistanceInPhilly

Today we're reading about Samantha Bee, DAPL, and the Oscars.

The Oscars will be Good and Distract From These Terrible Times: A Point/Counterpoint

Many of us turn to awards shows for the spectacle and fluffy entertainment, but this year’s Academy Awards have the potential to be historic and make a profound statement about the value of films created by people of color.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Roxane Gay & Simon & Schuster

Today we're reading about Standing Rock, Greenpeace, and these terrible times.

No, Donald Trump Won't be Good for the Arts

The social attitude that creatives must “pay their dues” by suffering feeds into the refusal to pay them actual money for their work, into stereotypes surrounding mental health and creativity.

Beyond Walking and Talking: A post-march postmortem with Portland Women's March organizer Margaret Jacobsen

"We gathered, and that’s great, that's really wonderful. But now what are we gonna do? What do we do next time?"

Pain Woman Takes Your Keys : Sonya Huber's New Essay Collection is a Multifaceted Look at Life with Chronic Pain

Huber uses pain as a lens through which she examines disability, gender bias, motherhood, and the very basic condition of living in a body.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Trump says DAPL is moving forward

Today we're reading about Badlands, Constance Wu, and the Oscars.

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