On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup

• As movements like #BlackLivesMatter become more visible, Pete Souza asks if President Obama has done enough to support black Americans. [New York Magazine]

• Meanwhile, Rupert Murdoch says he longs for a “real Black president.” Yikes! [Washington Post] 

• In this interview, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards talks about the upcoming election. [Guardian] 

• This month is breast cancer awareness month, but is all that awareness really saving lives? [Mother Jones]

• Tennessee’s fetal-assault bill, which has resulted in prison time for women who miscarried, is set to expire next year. But other states are considering similar laws. [Vice]

• The University Alabama has its very first Black homecoming candidate. The bad new is her sorority sisters are actively campaigning against her. [Fusion]

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by Kirstin Kelley
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I'm a freelance writer based out of Portland, Oregon who loves animals, reading, and spending time outside whenever I'm not writing. You can find my work at www.kdkwrites.com or follow me on Twitter @kirstinkelley1!

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