Here's all the feminist news on our radar today!
• Welcome to 2014! When America can no longer ban people from serving on juries due to their sexual orientation. [Advocate]
• Though politicians working to ban abortion say they're just carrying out the will of the people, only one percent of Americans say abortion is the biggest problem facing the country. [The Atlantic]
• Activist Suey Park, who started the #notyourAsiansidekick hashtag, discusses how she found real community online and how those internet friends help spread important ideas. [xoJane]
• A new report from Race Forward analyzes media coverage of race issues in the past year—it's a lengthy report and looks super interesting. [Race Forward]
• Every year, studies continue to show that there's a lack of people of color on TV. Racialicious digs into exactly why this lack of representation is a problem worth talking about. [Racialicious]
• Sarah's Uncertain Path is a five-minute documentary that shows the life of one Missouri teen as she deals with pregnancy, her family, and her town. [New York Times]
• I love this short interview with Seattle surf-pop band TacoCat about periods and music-making. [Rookie]
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