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On Our Radar: Today's Feminist News Roundup

Good morning! Here's the list of feminist news on our radar this morning! 

• It's been 365 days since Trayvon Martin was shot. Colorlines documents the acts of kindness and resistance that have come from the shooting in that year. 

• With rape so prevelant on reservations, how can Congress consider stripping back new protections for Native American survivors of domestic violence? 

• Speaking up about military assault: An Air Force veteran details how the military's structure enabled the crime against her. 

• You go guys! A Boston frat rallies to raise thousands of dollars for their transgender brother's surgery.

• Did anyone watch the MAKERS documentary last night on PBS? What'd you think?

• Who are the Black female comic book superheroes

• Oooo! Feminist summer camp

• Was the Oscars song "We Saw Your Boobs" offensive or just unfunny?  

• Let's send the Oscars a message! Our letter demanding five changes at the awards has 960 signatures. Let's take it to 1,000 today! 

 

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