On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup
Here's our roundup for Tuesday!
- Pamela K.M. Chen became the first openly gay Asian Pacific American to serve on the federal judiciary. She was appointed to a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. [NAPABA]
- Lori Adelman has a round-up of how the sequester is affecting women. [Feministing]
- "You're too cute to be doing this!" There's a new Tumblr devoted to crass comments said to female journalists. [Said to Lady Journos]
- Jamila Brown has a post about transitioning from Black History Month to Women's History Month (h/t @spectraspeaks) [The Village]
- Melissa Gira Grant follows up on her Washington Post article with more on Sheryl Sandberg, feminism, and what it takes for real movement building. [Jacobin]
- Catch Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency/Tropes vs. Women in the new March 8 issue of Entertainment Weekly talking about sexism and gaming. [Feminist Frequency]
- Read Ellen Degeneres's letter to the Supreme Court about gay marriage. [Buzzfeed]
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