Change Has Come: Paulette Jordan Might Become America’s First Indigenous Governor

Paulette Jordan dishes on protecting the environment, listening to her elders, and making sure rural communities get the resources that they deserve. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: On being Black in Austin

From brilliant writer Joshunda Sanders Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Miranda!

SATC breakfast club standing by for discussion.  Read more »

Alicia Garza is Building Black Political Power Nationwide

“All political change fundamentally comes from changing people’s relationships to each other.” Read more »

Indigenous People Have Already Been Harmed By "America’s Harvest Box"

A lack of nutritious food options has deep impacts on Native American health. Read more »

One Boy Can Change the World: Remembering Trayvon Martin Six Years After His Death

This country is full of systems that treat people differently based on their race.  Read more »

Marching Nowhere: The Women’s March Needs to Address More Than Just Trump

In one year, white women have learned nothing and gotten nowhere. Read more »

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Films and TV Portray Abortion as More Dangerous Than It Is

Films and television shows tend to present a skewed portrayal of abortion—when fictional movies and TV shows include a plotline about abortion... Read more »

Douchebag Decree: Anti-Choice Hidden Camera Edition

Tool-in-pimp's-clothing James O'Keefe's laughable costume and douchebag seduction methods have mostly discredited his conservative... Read more »

Where My Girls At: Meet Two of Ferguson's Black Queer Activists

Amid national discussions of police brutality and systemic racism, Black women have been the loudest and most consistent voices demanding change. Read more »

The Dramatic History of American Sex-Ed Films

In 1948, in a seventh grade classroom in Eugene, Oregon, a teacher dimmed the lights and flipped on 16mm projector. A film called Human... Read more »