The women of Standing Rock, #BlackWomenAtWork, Mexico City’s goes full monty on sexual harassment on transit, looking at the Lovings, ‘they’ are at AP, the dirty language of appeasement, and much more. It’s your week’s worth of women! Happy April, y’all!
First off, let’s do this:
We’re finally talking about these missing girls
Morgan Jerkins, The New York Times
“This lifelong fight for water is something I was born into.”
John Hult, USA Today
“It’s not new”
Rachel Thompson, Mashable
Nine out of ten women in Mexico have experienced some form of sexual violence, and 65% of women have experienced sexual harassment on public transit. These seats are to make men uncomfortable, but these penises are pretty startling for everyone. What do you think?
Carolyn Lipka, Teen Vogue
Ugh, all of that judgment.
Angela Almeida, The Atlantic
The affordability crisis for people of color in America.
Annalyn Kurtz, Fortune
Higher education’s focus on diversity instead of inclusion has kept these institutions unequal.
Dafina-Lazarus Stewart, Inside Higher Ed
This repeal doesn’t cut it.
Chris Seward, Charlotte Observer
Required reading for Dolly fans.
Rachel Reiderer, Dissent
Leah Vernon, Muslim Girl
The winds of change . . .
Erin Blakemore, Smithsonian Magazine