Representation Matters: People of Color Are More Than a Quota


By Janaya Greene, Intern 2015 When I was about seven years old, Disney Channel was my all-time favorite TV network. I couldn't get enough of the channel's funny characters like Kim Possible and Lizzie McGuire, taking on life as young, female students trying to navigate a social life and find themselves. But it wasn't until … [Read more...]

For Michael Brown and Ferguson: Facing White Fears of Blackness and Taking Action to End White Supremacy

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By Criss Crass at Everyday Feminism, cross-posted with permission The police murder of Michael Brown and the courageous resistance of his family and the Black community in Ferguson, Missouri, have once again brought the attention of the country to the devastating reality of racist violence, structural inequality, and the need … [Read more...]

Using Cosmetic Surgery Stop Bullying?


A few weeks ago, reported an article "When Is Cosmetic Surgery the Answer to Bullyling?" (Um, never?) We particularly liked this smart response by blogger Shark-Fu of Angry Black Bitch, who allowed us to reprint this with her permission. When I was a wee bitch I was bullied mercilessly for all things related to my … [Read more...]