On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup
Good morning, Monday! Here's all the feminist news on our radar.
• The Harvard Business School has spent the last two years trying to transform its sour gender dynamics. It looks like hard work to change the school's culture is paying off somewhat. [New York Times]
• The military's "bro" culture helps turn women into targets. [The Atlantic]
• Racialicious rounds up five major moments of cultural appropriation in American pop culture history. [Racialicious]
• What does Apple's advertising promise? Social mobility. [Sociological Images]
• After a Tulsa school sent home a 7-year-old black girl because school policy deemed dreadlocks "unacceptable," Melissa Harris-Perry wrote her a letter explaining some of the culture around black hair. [Feministing]
• Indian Country Today digs into 10 steamy romance novels that focus on sexy "savages." [Indian Country Today]
• Who is the best? Janelle Monae. [Colorlines]
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