On Our Radar—Feminist News Roundup: Black Actresses Protested at Cannes

They’re done being told they can’t play prestigious parts.

Be Bolder: “The Bold Type” Glosses Over Race

The show makes its sole Black female character unbelievably neutral. Read more »

No Religion is Uniform: “Home Fire” Offers a New Vision of Women in Islam

Radicalization has more to do with vulnerability and a feeling of powerlessness than a religious tenet. Read more »

The Problem with “Aladdin”

Aladdin is a white fantasy. Read more »

The Trouble With the Model Muslim: Islamophobic Muslims and the War on Terror

Both feminism and the long-running political panic over Muslim women have always been closely intertwined with imperialism, bombings, and border control. Read more »

Queering Islamophobia: The Homonationalism of the Muslim Ban

Though Donald Trump is himself transphobic and homophobic, he can get on the side of LGBTQ rights when it’s convenient. Read more »

"Homeland's" Sixth Season Could Help the Espionage Thriller Ditch Its Islamophobic Rep—But Will It Work?

Season 6 offers an opportunity for Homeland to show how Muslim communities have been wronged by American policies. Read more »

10 Ways To Resist Donald Trump: Activists Share Concrete Actions You Can Take Right Now

Don’t despair. There are ways to use your power and your voice.  Read more »

After FIFA Lifts Hijab Ban, Muslim Women Soccer Players Hit the Field

Tasneem Abu-Rob and Rand Albustanji, two of Jordan’s starters, became the first players to wear a hijab at a FIFA-sanctioned world tournament. Read more »

The Woke Generation : “Muslim Girl” Author Explains How Millennials Are Shaking The Country Up—In a Good Way

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh is a mover and shaker. When she was a senior in high school, Al-Khatahtbeh was fed up with the lack of pop culture centering on Muslim girls like her. So she created her own website from her bedroom in New Jersey to talk about the things she and her friends cared about. Today,... Read more »

Coming Out as Bi When You're Muslim and Married

I was nervous to come out to my parents, but I was infuriated by pundits who kept saying Islam and LGBT identity are at odds. Read more »

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