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On Our Radar: August 30th
• Students at Buckeye High School in Arizona walked out after the school forced a girl to remove her Black Lives Matter T-shirt. [Buzzfeed]
• Here are 48 queer and feminist books to add to your reading list! [Autostraddle]
• Campus Pride released its first-ever “Shame List,” a list of 102 college campuses that “have chosen to openly discriminate against LGBTQ youth and have requested Title IX exemptions to perpetuate the harms of religion-based bigotry.” [The New Civil Rights Movement]
• Resistance to construction of the Dakota Access pipeline has grown into a movement. [Colorlines]
• “Why are the disappearances and deaths of Latinas so often erased? And why are they often blamed for the violence against them?” [Feministing]
• A group of 733 female artists gathered in Los Angeles for “Now Be Here,” which its organizers call the largest group portrait of working artists taken in the city’s history. [The New York Times]
• Stanford rapist Brock Turner is getting out of jail this week—three months early—for good behavior. [Fusion]
Here’s what we published yesterday at Bitch!
• VoterVox links up non-English-speaking voters with volunteer translators.
• Chhoti Maaa is a powerful hip-hop artist with bruja swag.