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• Cornel West on why James Baldwin matters more than ever. [Lit Hub]

• Twitter imagines Coretta Scott King sipping tea as Sessions stops police violence suits and allegedly lies under oath. [Colorlines]

• Anna Biller’s film The Love Witch is a stylish feminist fantasy of witchcraft in the modern era—and, she says, Trump has made it more relevant than ever. [The Guardian]

• Disney just aired the first same-sex cartoon kiss in the network’s history. [Complex]

Amy Sherman-Palladino’s new show is almost here! [ELLE]

• Hell yeah: Jordan Peele has a whole series of horror movies planned. [The Mary Sue]

• Read the moving testimonies of 101 trans people who wrote to SCOTUS in support of Gavin Grimm. [Fusion]

• Join the Daily Action book club to chat with others about books that deal with social justice organizing.

• Join the Injustice Boycott!

• Out of racism and violence and sexism has come creativity: songs, chants, art, policy ideas, creative ways to push back against power and reimagine the way our world can be

• Since January, my inbox has been brimming with press releases for female-specific products and services described with one or more of the following terms: “revolution,” “empowering,” “strong,” “confident,” and “kickass.”

• Norma was not wounded by the abortions she didn’t have. She was wounded by life.

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