A group of black women in Washington, D.C., are part of an acting troupe that gives voice to the nameless, faceless black women of the Civil War in a different spin on re-enactment groups.
Melania, Tiffany, and Ivanka are a bunch of grown ass women, of sound mind and body, who made their muthafuckin choices.
Auntie Vi was profiled by The New Yorker. It’s very good and very in depth. It’s about her life, her past and present. It’s about all she’s had to endure to get here.
White Democrats: You know we’re going to give trump a chance. It’s time to not rely so heavily identity politics. We need to heal as a nation.
So Black and Brown girl are disappearing in the Bronx.
On Tuesday afternoon, legendary author, feminist and academic, bell hooks led a panel entitled Are You Still A Slave? Liberating The Black Female Body at The New School. Joining her were author Marci Blackman, author and activist, Janet Mock, and film director Shola Lynch. What followed was an instructive and…
I'm.... conflicted about this video.
Still seems like it's continuing to me:
And now, in this latest edition of NinjaCate is clearly desperate to get banned news:
One of the things that bothered me about the discussions that happened over the HS debacle in the last few days was the rampant tone policing by some of the white female commenters. It didn't happen a ton, but it happened enough that I was genuinely annoyed by it, especially since tone policing is a tactic that MRAs…
Okay firstly, SQUEE!!!! I finally have Groupthink privileges! I have been trying to figure this out since Kinja 10.bajillion launched, so I'm super excited. Mainly because I want to discuss something that I've been pondering for a few months.