Happy Friday everyone! Here is what’s on my radar today:
- There's upheaval in the factories of Juarez. Labor unrest is spreading through the factories on the border, where people say they deserve more than $6 a day. Damn right! [The Atlantic]
- Today is the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade. People are sharing their stories about why it's important to protect and defend abortion rights on the hashtag #ReclaimRoe. [Twitter]
- Latino Rebels launches #MIGRAMAP, a Crowdsourcing dataset map of ICE raids. [Latino Rebels]
- Best Actress nominee Charlotte Rampling says the calls for more diversity at the Oscars are “racist to white people” and suggests Black actors simply weren't talented enough to make the final list. Yikes. [Guardian]
- Check out this list of YouTube channels that are made by women of color. Way cool! [Feministing]
- Vimeo is launching Share the Screen, an initiative to help female filmmakers by funding their projects, teaching them the business, and promoting their movies. [Wired]
Did I miss anything? Let us know what you’re reading in the comments below.