Daily Archives: April 22, 2008

April 26th: Screening of “Still Black” in Chicago

“Still Black” is Nubian from Blac(k)acadmic’s film project. Screening details are: april 26th @ 8 p.m. @ GENDER FUSIONS 4 (Columbia College Chicago: Conaway Center, 1104 S. Wabash, 1st Floor) $5 students / $10 general The headliners of the event: … Continue reading

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Feministe Feedback: Where Should I Donate?

An excellent question: I was pretty disgusted to find out that the economic stimulus checks are going to be sent out instead of increasing benefits for the poor (if I recall correctly, unemployment and other public services were going to … Continue reading

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4/25: Pro-Choice Event at Cooper Union

Join NARAL Pro-Choice New York for a Forum On Reproductive Choice in New York Friday, April 25th 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Albert Nerken School of Engineering at Cooper Union 51 Astor Place (between 3rd and 4th Avenue) Wollmann Auditorium … Continue reading

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TODAY: Amanda Marcotte at KGB Bar in Manhattan

My endorsement of this book has been suspended. For further explanation, please see this post. UPDATE: Since posting this (and updating it once), issues have arisen with the images used in the book. Those images are inexcusable, and I stand … Continue reading

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Jeralyn Merritt and Kevin Drum are asking why Obama isn’t giving the press full-time access to his life. I suspect it’s because he realizes that they’re gearing up to take him down. And why would he think that the press … Continue reading

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Conversations With My Sister

I saddled up to the computer today and had this message waiting for me on Gchat, courtesy of my little sister: i seriously got struck by lightning! i got smote but clearly, you are unconcerned do i have to fall … Continue reading

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