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Black women: We are with you.

2020 marks the 5-year anniversary of the #SayHerName campaign, and 6 years since the first #BlackLivesMatter call to action that would soon provoke global outcries and ignite a massive movement against violence and systemic racism towards Black people. Both of these movements were dreamed up, shaped, and brought to life by Black women, and by… Continue Reading →

What’s Your Take On Serena Williams In The US Open?

So what do we think about this whole Serena Williams thing? Was she justified to be upset or was she being a sore loser? First, she wore a special “catsuit” created to prevent blood clots (which had almost killed her) in the French Open. This was rejected by French Open officials, who started “One must… Continue Reading →

Chloe Kim and Kesha make our Gallery of Offenders and Winners

Check it out: With the launch of our brand-new web site, we have two brand-new entries in our Galleries of Winners and Offenders! The first offender is the sexist coverage of female athletes at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, highlighted by the cringeworthy radio host who referred to 17-year-old gold medalist Chloe Kim as “a little… Continue Reading →

Powered by Girl brings the serious talk about girls’ activism

  “Leadership skills” are great, says Lyn Mikel Brown, but intergenerational activist work is better for girls’ development and health. This is the animating philosophy behind Brown’s new book, Powered by Girl: A Field Guide for Supporting Youth Activists (Beacon Press, 2016). In it, Brown gives an in-depth view of the potential benefits of progressive… Continue Reading →

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