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The erasure of childcare as a feminist agenda point has had various consequences.
The show is an expansive portrait of poverty, racism, misogyny and the Black Southern pride that pushes back against oppression.
Undocumented migrants and their children—many of whom are U.S. citizens and eligible voters—threaten to destabilize the reapportioning of political power.
Welcome to our inaugural YA monthly BitchReads list!
These new YA protagonists aren’t afraid of their power or the power that their confidence might instill in readers.
Trump calls back to a long history of white supremacist women.
Mutual dislike and violence are not an unfortunate bug in the heteropatriarchal system; they’re fundamental to it.
They aren’t “doing nothing” to stop Trump—rather, they’re working to better our communities through other means.
“Statistically, my brown son is more likely to commit a violent offense over my white sons, okay?”
Edie refuses to practice tokenism to secure financial, personal, creative, and romantic stability.
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