Here's what's on our radar today!
• Declaring stop-and-frisk unconstitutional has been a long time coming—now the NYPD needs to commit to changing their ways.[Guardian]
• How academic institutions are responding (or not) to sexual assault on campus is getting more attention, but the way it's covered in the media matters. [PolicyMic]
• Keep an internet tab open today with just the Twitter feed for #solidarityisforwhitewomen. [Twitter]
• In case you missed it: Last week, feminist movie site Bitch Flicks focused on disability on screen. Check out the Disability Week archives here. [Bitch Flicks]
• Writer Brittney Cooper takes on "the politics of being friends with white people" in a beautiful essay. [Salon]
• Looking for some vetted feminist pop-culture recommendations? Michelle Dean has you covered. [Flavorwire]
• Women With a Vision and Break OUT!, two New Orleans LGBT and women's organizations, respond to a recent Times-Picayune problematic reporting on people in the sex trade. [Women With a Vision]
• Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar has some messed-up ideas on using rape in narratives. [Cinema Blend]
• The 2013 San Francisco Transgender Film Festival is seeking submissions. [stff.org]
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