On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup“Mad Men” Turns 10!


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Iowa is getting a ‘hip hop’ restaurant owned by white folks, and people of color are understandably pissed off. [HuffPost]

• The Senate’s “repeal without replace” measure would leave 32 million Americans uninsured. [The Week]

Raising children as a queer Black woman is an inherently political act. [The Washington Post]

Insecure’s Yvonne Orji understands, all too well, what it’s like to be the only Black woman in a white workplace. [Jezebel]

Fat women are always expected to be hyper-feminine. Why? [Dazed]

• Christina Wayne remembers the beauty of Mad Men on its 10th anniversary. [Variety]

• Watch Feminist Army Activate: It’s Time to Expose Fake Clinics. [Lady Parts Justice]

Defending R. Kelly and other predatory Black men throws Black girls under the bus. [Evette Dionne]

Still Star-Crossed reimagines Romeo and Juliet as a smart racebent drama. [Cate Young]

Final Girls evokes the nostalgia of 90’s slasher films. [Evette Dionne]

Anja Kotar is the pop star we should all be paying attention to. [Evette Dionne]

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