Fake Believe: How Bogus News Has Elevated Brazil’s Would-Be (and Might-Be) President

This weekend’s runoff election is likely to result in a far-right extremist leader.

Popaganda: Will Veganism Save the World?

Is it possible to reduce veganism to a diet or wellness thing, or is it inherently political?  Read more »

The Defenders: Colombian Women are Putting Their Lives on the Line for the Earth

Latin America was by far the most dangerous region in the world for environmental advocates, and Colombia has consistently been one of the most dangerous. Read more »

On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Busy Philipps Accuses James Franco of Assault

Busy Philipps stated that the actor violently “threw her to the ground” while on the set of Freaks and Geeks. Read more »

Valuable Resources: The Ableist Fight Over Plastic Straws

Straws are easy to target, but cities and companies still rely on environmentally harmful practices. Read more »

Polarizing Science: How Denialism—On Both Sides of the Aisle—Puts the Work of Science In Jeopardy

The more we weaponize science for political points, the more we’ll see a rise in science denialism. Read more »

BitchReads: 19 Books Feminists Should Read In May

Does it get any better than Zora Neale Hurston? Read more »

We Need More than Just Crumbs: In search of Africa's Afrofuturist narratives

By honoring Black life in all imaginings of our futures, these films present us with a blueprint for worlds in which where Blackness is honored, period. Read more »

The Fragility of Solidarity: Family History and Political Identity

Easier to blame POC “identity politics” than anti-Blackness or wages of whiteness. Easier to fall in line with the new president than to resist. Read more »

DRAWN OUT: On the overconsumption of avocados

We all know avocados are delicious, but there are many complexities involved in their overconsumption. Read more »

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