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MEREDITH TALUSAN | them. | MARCH 2, 2018

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“I think there are cis, able-bodied white women who ... [the work] they're doing I think is amazing, but there are femmes and black trans women out there who are doing it to survive and to live, and some of them are screaming ‘me too’ from the ground that they've just been beaten up on,” says Jones. [more]


Verso Books | 23 February 2018

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The powerful wave of rage fuelling #MeToo has finally refocused public attention on sexual harassment and sexual violence and starkly posed questions of power, of feminism, and of politics.

Who gets to tell stories of sexual assault, and who gets to be heard? How impoverished is our language for describing the intersection of power, desire, and violence? What is the relationship between individual struggles and collective protest? 


What the Data Tell Us About the Challenges Facing Female Artists of Color

Amy Mannarino & Mara Kurlandsky | Hyperallergic | March 1, 2018

Sent to us by Allison Nance

Our research uncovered something surprising: we had a lot of data about women in the arts, and a good amount of data about race and ethnicity in the arts, and plenty of articles stating that women of color fare worse in the art world, but not much hard data. [more]


Jennifer Schuessler | New York Time | February 13, 2018

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Taylyn Washington-Harmon | Self | January 22

Sent to us by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell

Journalist and author of What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? Marianne Schnall declared 2018 "the year of the woman" given the runaway success of last year’s Women’s March, the prominence of women politicians, and the virality of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. But I must ask: Which woman? [more}