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Why I No Longer Call Myself a Radical Feminist

What do you call a woman whose entire identity is wrapped around  twenty-five years of radical feminist activism? A women who woke up one normal  morning and taped up plastic bags filled with her collection of T-shirts and banners from every  protest and Take Back the Night rally she ever marched in. 444 more words


Church Women United meeting at Annunciation Church Milwaukee

19 November 2014
10am meeting, 12pm lunch ($4)
Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church
9400 W. Congress
Milwaukee, WI 53225

Church Women United is a multi-denominational Christian women’s group in the Milwaukee area which has been meeting since the 1970s to encourage people from various Christian backgrounds to be informed on social justice issues. 21 more words


The Revolutionary Act of Being Yourself

God and Nature first made us what we are, and then out of our own created genius we make ourselves what we want to be.” - 690 more words


Equality means that all things are equal; simple as that. Everything is at equilibrium and therefore at peace. In a world that is so incredibly diverse, there have always been issues with truly having  463 more words


Jeffster Awards #36

This is the next installment of an ongoing series at Deconstructing Myths…the Jeffster Awards! This award will be given on an ongoing basis to five outstanding blog posts that caught my wandering eye. 152 more words

Civil Rights


A common sight on DC streets are vendors of the Street Sense newspaper, sporting bright yellow vests. Street Sense empowers DC’s homeless by providing them with job training skills and income through the sale of the newspaper, as well as a professional and personal network of support. 50 more words

Human Rights