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On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: On Our Radar: The Queer Possibilities of “Little Women”

“Greta Gerwig’s adaptation leaves room for the idea that Jo might be different in a way Louisa May Alcott never put into words.”

End All, Be All: A Roundtable About “Harriet” and the State of Black Film Criticism

We need to give critics space to ply their craft without pitting them against the films, the audiences, and/or each other.

Posthumous Humanity: Remembering Botham Jean, the Lone Police Victim Media Properly Covered

The coverage of Botham Jean’s death represents a course correction for media coverage of police brutality against Black victims, but there were still glaring errors.

Very Online: What TikTok Reveals about Gen Z’s Impeachment Concerns

TikTok offers a unique space for young people to engage with each other and feel validated in their political opinions.

Ugh, You Again?: The Most Unwelcome Comebacks of 2019

It seems like the ugliest, most nonsensical, and most harmful things are the ones repeating on us like a rancid Christmas ham.

Bitch in a Box: For the Young Environmentalists

Breaking up with Amazon is the greatest gift.

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: J.K. Rowling’s Transphobic Tweet Isn’t about “Defending Women”

Yesterday, J.K. Rowling defended a transphobe on Twitter.

What Just Happened?: The Impeachment of 45

Impeachment proceedings are rare and complicated. What do they actually mean?

Missing Cells: The Growing Economic Value of Immigrant and Refugee Biological Data

Arresting and deporting undocumented people has become lucrative because their biological, biometric data can be mined, harvested, and used to generate profit.

Popaganda: The Feminist Guide to Escaping Diet Culture

Popaganda’s GLAMOUR season makes its debut this week—with an anti-weight-loss infomercial for the ages.