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I know, I know. We’re a little more than obsessed with PBS’ kickass project “Makers: The Women Who Make America.” But can you blame us? It’s all about strong, confident women who have fought hard for what they believe in and changed America forever. Lucky for us, 92Y, a nonprofit community organization in NYC, is hosting a discussion panel featuring some of your favorite feminists this Tuesday, March 5th, at Kaufmann Concert Hall! Courageous activist and feminist icon Gloria Steinem, journalist Amy Richards, and the producer...
Happy Sequester Day! Today the US is facing across-the-board spending cuts that will add up to about $85 million in deficit reduction this fiscal year, and $1.2 trillion over the next 10 years. So what’s getting cut? The cuts are split pretty evenly between domestic and defense funding. While Republicans like John McCain are afraid that these defense cuts will compromise the nation and leave us vulnerable to attack (#militaryindustrialcomplex), we’re a little more concerned about the targeted domestic programs that relied on government funding...
Is it possible to be addicted to science? Lauduree (Perla Haney-Jardine), of Jenny Deller's Future Weather, would have to say yes. It's a story we've seen in the likes of Little Birds, and Hick: bored teenage girls victim of small towns and poor parenting succumb to vice. For the former it's boys and glamour, but not for Lauduree. Amidst her disappearing Mother (Marin Ireland) and beer-slingin' Grandma (Amy Madigan), rises a learned gal with a passion for fighting pollution. Forget drugs and sex, when Lauduree...
Beyoncé Knowles, Salma Hayek, and Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini are taking over the world with their new global campaign Chime For Change, tackling female empowerment and telling the world that women are a force to be reckoned with.  Launched at the TEDxWomen luncheon in California yesterday, the organization focuses on three factors of female empowerment: education, health, and justice.  The Chime For Change Manifesto poetically and powerfully outlines the organization’s message, calling for people everywhere to join together and turn their attention to issues that...
These three “I Knew You Were Trouble” remixes cover the entire Internet meme gamut, from LOL to wut?!?  We don’t really know what’s going on here…the Internet made us do it. Via BuzzFeed and Gawker Photo via Tumblr ...
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