On Our Radar: Feminist News Roundup
Here's what's on our radar today!
- Expanded NSA surveillance, weaker workplace harassment rules, and your right to remain silent—some SCOTUS rulings you might not have heard about. [Washington Post]
- Speaking of last week's rulings, keep in mind that Wendy Davis would not have been elected had it not been for the key sections of the Voting Rights Act that were just struck. [RH Reality Check]
- Speaking of Texas, the second session Rick Perry called starts today! Follow #HB2 and #SB1 on Twitter. [via @scatx]
- Speaking of awful legislature, here are six terrible things about the abortion-restriction bill in Ohio. [Alternet]
- The Indigenous women of Sovereignty Summer are fighting pipelines to protect their communities. [The Feminist Wire]
- One queer anti-gentrification and displacement group had a special message for the tech industry at this year's San Francisco Pride Parade. [SFBG]
- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has added almost 300 new members, diversifying its white and male ranks. [Colorlines]
- Sarah Florini talks feminism and white privilege at the Netroots Nation conference. [This Week in Blackness]
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