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• What all the online hatred against the new Ghostbusters actually reveals. [Medium]
• Yesterday, the second officer in the Freddie Gray case to stand trial was found not guilty on all charges. [Blavity]
• Here’s how the gun industry is trying to appeal to women (spoiler: lots of pink). [ThinkProgress]
• A 66-year-old grandmother, activist, and member of the Frisco Five helped bring down San Francisco police chief Greg Suhr last week. [Fusion]
• Yesterday, the Indiana Court of Appeals heard arguments in the case Purvi Patel, an Indian-American woman sentenced to 20 years for feticide and neglect of a dependent in 2015. Yup, you read that right. Twenty years. [Rewire]
Here's what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• One of President Obama’a legacies will hopefully be making sex-ed funding based on evidence, not abstinence.
• Based on the lives of real women, the upcoming movie Hidden Figures stars Janelle Monae, Taraji P. Henson, and Octavia Spencer.
• Throwing Shade’s techno and R&B mixes highlight music from around the world.
• Capitalism: monetizing liberation since forever.