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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Mama: A Short Story

February 25, 2015
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By Nora Kervroëdan     Mama always told me I should not complain. Stop whining, she would say. Be happy with what you’ve got. I was not sure I knew what she meant, but I believed her anyway. I believed everything Mama told me because when she had to raise her child on her...
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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Threw Me Chair

February 20, 2015
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By Hannah Seelman               He threw me into a chair, into despair as the blood rain warm, drip drop drip down my forehead. His drunken breath twirling in my nose and stinging my eyes. The full-bellied moon of a haze watching through the window, gazes on.      ...
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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Precious Life

February 3, 2015
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Chanel "Gilded Jetsam." Photo by Sandra Fourqui /Contour Style by Getty Images.

By Sarah de Schweinitz     The first thing I notice in this advertisement is the model’s closed eyes.  She appears to be either sleeping or knocked out, looking more like the latter considering how difficult and uncomfortable it would be to sleep on rocks. The model is young, thin, and very pale. Her...
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Posted in Activism, Audre Lorde, Bodies, Capitalism, College Feminisms, Culture, Feminism, Health, media, New Media, Patriarchy, Politics, Popular Culture, Sexism, Stereotypes, Style, White Supremacy, World, Youth | 3 Comments »

COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Three Poems to End Domestic Violence

January 30, 2015
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By Stephanie Carter   under his control   sweet lullabies, he watches you dreaming. only so he can destroy them when you hit reality, as he nearly crushes your head to the Floor. please wake up befOre moRning comes, please sTay in contact with the sun, it’s the Only thing that knOws how to...
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Feminists We Love: Linda Janet Holmes [VIDEO]

November 28, 2014
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Linda Janet Holmes

Linda Janet Holmes is Toni Cade Bambara's first biographer and she is an incredible storyteller. During our interview, Linda shared so much about Toni's incredible life. Her reflections, stories and remembrances unearth some of the depth of Toni's foresight, radicalism, and profundity about a wide range of topics. Linda also shared her own...
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Posted in Academia, Activism, Black Girls, Black life matters, Black Women, Culture, Education, Family, Feminism, Feminists We Love, Film, Health, Love, media, Patriarchy, Popular Culture, Racism, Reproduction, Sexism, Sexuality, Toni Cade Bambara, White Supremacy, Women of Color, Writing | 6 Comments »

Elementary Feminisms: A Call to Young Women

September 18, 2014
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By Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
http://www.visualtherapyonline.com/?p=28638

By Shama Nathan Recently, I came across an old post that had quickly surfaced on Tumblr. The post was discussing the problem with teaching girls “how to avoid rape.” I decided to share this post with a male friend of mine, and his was response was, “If girls continue to dress a certain way,...
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The Color of Infant Mortality

September 3, 2014
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Infant Mortality

“A pickup truck and a backhoe show up on the days, usually Tuesdays and Thursdays with good weather, when babies are buried at the county cemetery. The first carries the little wooden coffins, and the second digs the hole, maybe three feet wide, where they are placed a foot apart.” – Erin McClam, 2007,...
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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: On Date Rape and the Good Girl/Bad Girl Dichotomy

August 15, 2014
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By Elena Carter In the hours after I was date-raped and had stumbled, still drunk, into the hotel room where I was staying with my identical twin sister, Corrina, I couldn’t shake the question my rapist had asked me earlier in the evening as he leaned in close to me, “Are you the good...
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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: The Dominos Fall Quickly

August 7, 2014
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By Emily Barasch   The dominos fall quickly in the way that I choose               And I have to act fast because they’re falling.                             Falling—and I direct the lean.   I direct the lean.  I have the...
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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: For Darker Sisters

April 17, 2014
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Coretta Scott King + Feminists

By Ahmad Greene-Hayes I am the great-great-great grandson of former enslaved Georgians—the Johnson family to be exact. I come from a lineage of individuals whom I do not know, and unfortunately know little about. All I know is that they picked cotton and tobacco, tilled fields, and did all they could to comply with...
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