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Police Criminals and the Brutalization of Black Girls

June 9, 2015
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Police Criminals and the Brutalization of Black Girls

Posted in Black Girls, Black life matters, Bodies, Sexism, sexual violence | 7 Comments »

Feminists We Love: Tamara Winfrey Harris

May 15, 2015
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Feminists We Love: Tamara Winfrey Harris

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Thugs R’ Us

May 4, 2015
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Thugs R’ Us

Posted in Black life matters, Criminal Justice, Economy, Politics | 3 Comments »

Marco Rubio’s Flat Earth Minstrelsy

April 23, 2015
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Marco Rubio’s Flat Earth Minstrelsy

Posted in Environmentalism, intersectionality, Op-Ed | 1 Comment »

Policing Our Girls, Taming ‘Topsy’

February 9, 2015
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Policing Our Girls, Taming ‘Topsy’

Posted in Black Girls, Black life matters, Black Women, Bodies, Criminal Justice, Heteronormativity, intersectionality | 2 Comments »

Dissing DuVernay and the Lessons of Selma

January 22, 2015
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Ava DuVernay

Posted in Black Women, Film, History, media, Racism, White Supremacy, Women of Color | 3 Comments »

How We’re Failing Black Girls

November 11, 2014
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How We’re Failing Black Girls

Posted in Black Girls, Black Women, Feminism, media, Sexism, Stereotypes, White Supremacy, Youth | 1 Comment »

Where are the White Feminists? MIA on Racist Misogynist Police Violence

September 16, 2014
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Where are the White Feminists? MIA on Racist Misogynist Police Violence

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Posted in Black life matters, Black Women, Criminal Justice, Feminism, Sexism, sexual violence, White Privilege, White Women | 3 Comments »

Burying Our Babies: Letter from Los Angeles to Ferguson

August 25, 2014
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NMOS in Leimert Park, South L.A.

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Posted in Black Women, Criminal Justice, Education, Militarization, Racism, Uncategorized, White Privilege, Youth | 2 Comments »

Getting on Up: The Cult of the Charismatic Black Man

August 6, 2014
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jill scott

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Posted in Black Girls, Black Women, Feminism, masculinity, Religion, Sexism, Uncategorized, Violence | 6 Comments »

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