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Hillary Clinton, the first female major party nominee for POTUS, has apologized many times. She apologized during her campaign, while her shameless, apology-resistant opponent stood on a stage and bragged that he could shoot someone and not lose voters. She apologized for using a private email server, despite the fact men have done the same thing and it's been NBD. "That was a mistake. I'm sorry about that. I take responsibility." She admitted fault for voting to invade Iraq in 2002, something 77% of the senators (and 58% of...
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On April 12, Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam was found dead on the bank of New York's Hudson River, not far from her home in Harlem. She was both the first Muslim woman judge in the United States, and the first black woman appointed to New York's highest court, the New York Court of Appeals. The New York Times writes that Abdus-Salaam was "among the most reliable and steadfast liberal voices, regularly siding with vulnerable parties — the poor, impoverished immigrants and people with mental illnesses, for...
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Jan van Raay (American, born 1942). Faith Ringgold (right) and Michele Wallace (middle) at Art Workers Coalition Protest, Whitney Museum, 1971. Digital C-print. Courtesy of Jan van Raay, Portland, OR, 305-37. © Jan van Raay As part of their A Year of Yes, Brooklyn Museum is exhibiting a collection art by black woman artists of an unrecognized generation, entitled We Wanted a Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-85. The new exhibit, part of a yearlong series of feminist exhibitions, includes over 200 works ranging from film to performance,...
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Legendary feminist artist Carolee Schneemann has just been awarded Venice Biennale's prestigious Golden Lion prize for lifetime achievement for her 'direct, sexual, liberating and autobiographical' work. Check out her interview with Miss Rosen in the latest copy of BUST below.   Artist. Feminist. Revolutionary. Carolee Schneemann, now 77 years old, has been traversing the sacred spaces of female sexuality and gender in the name of truth, liberation, and freedom from the patriarchy for more than half a century. Raised on a farm in rural Pennsylvania, Schneemann learned...
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Los Angeles' L.A. WITCH, the girl group trio, has released their newest single and BUST is happy to premiere it. The mellow rock anthem is perfect to get pumped for a protest or just a chill listening party with friends. The song 'Ain't Comin' Home' was recorded live during their performance at Levitation Fest (2015) in Austin, TX. Kep an eye out for L.A. WITCH in BUST's next issue and don't miss the group's upcoming tour. Check out the single 'Ain't Comin' Home' below: Tour dates:04.19.17...
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