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The Women of Wakanda: Nakia is the Real Revolutionary of “Black Panther”

 Okoye, Shuri, and Nakia inherently understand that Wakanda is bigger than them.

Eloquent Rage: How Brittney Cooper Created a Black Feminist Manifesto

When Dr. Brittney Cooper speaks, the world stops to listen.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Princess Shuri Deserves Her Own Movie

Own movie, own franchise, own everything.

Starved for Sainthood: The Divine Hunger of Catherine of Siena

When 33-year-old Catherine Benincasa lay dying of starvation, her final words were of triumph; she had done this to herself, on purpose, for God.

What Is a Sister?: Audre Lorde and Pat Parker’s Letters Are a Balm for the Soul

The friendship that these feminist poets shared was intentional, deep, and illuminating.

3 Podcasts You Should Listen To In March

These podcasts—about the side effects of social ills, the making of a president, and the strangeness of love—will keep you entertained.

Popaganda: You Feel Me?

Popaganda is back! In this episode, we’re going to be talking about an emotion you’ve probably heard a lot about lately: empathy. The way we talk about it, it’s almost like a superpower: it’s like we want to believe that the cure to political divisiveness, racism, and even war lies in the act of imagining exactly how someone else feels. But is empathy really going to save...

Douchebag Decree: Bari Weiss’s White Noise

Bari Weiss has been on a nonstop streak of problematic, alarmist, and victim-blaming columns since she was hired at the New York Times in 2017.

BitchTapes: Celebrating 20 Years of Destiny’s Child

20 years later, Destiny’s Child is definitively the best girl group of all time.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: #WakandaTheVote

Black women are registering voters at Black Panther screenings.

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