Here's what's on our radar! No "April Fool's" links here, we're in magazine production and I don't have time for that.
• A new report, “Black Women in the United States, Progress and Challenges” shows that even though black women face more violence and health problems than other demographics, they are leading in education, business, and voter turnout. [Washington Post]
• Joanna Robinson discusses why it matters when Asian women leave TV shows. [Vanity Fair]
• In "this makes me sick" news, an heir of the du Pont fortune, who was found guilty of raping his 3-year-old daughter, was spared 8 years in prison because the judge thought he would not "fare well" in prison. He is now on probation. [Feministing]
• It's been 19 years since Tejana singer Selena Quintanilla Pérez was murdered. The Hairpin looks back on the 1997 Jennifer Lopez biopic made after her death. [The Hairpin]
• More problems surface in baseball team owner Dan Snyder's "Original Americans Foundation." [Colorlines]
• Jay Caspian Kang discusses the nuances of the weekend that was #CancelColbert. [The New Yorker]
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