Joy Reid Says She Did Not Write ‘Hateful Things’ but Cannot Prove Hacking

The MSNBC host, whose recently resurfaced former blog posts include homophobic sentiments, discussed the controversy on her show on Saturday.

Source: New York Times Joy Reid Says She Did Not Write ‘Hateful Things’ but Cannot Prove Hacking – The New York Times

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Joy Reid Hosts Panel of LGBT Activists to Talk About Blog Posts: ‘Feel Free to Grill Me’

 

Feminism: Where do we go from here? – Wed. Apr. 18, 6pm @ Newport library

“Feminism at the Intersections” is the focus of the NOW Meeting on Wed., April 18, 2018. The Diversity Committee of the Central Oregon Coast Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) will host a presentation and discussion examining the many understandings of feminism. Leading the conversation will be Elizabeth “Lisa” Norton, a member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, where she has lived and worked for over 30 years; and Franki Trujillo-Dalbey, Ph.D., a third generation Latina whose family has lived in Toledo for nearly 100 years. The talk will take place in the McEntee Meeting Room, Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye Street, Newport at 6 pm. The public is welcome.

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Source: Feminism: Where do we go from here? – News Lincoln County

Beyoncé’s Dad and Quincy Jones Highlight America’s Colorism Problem

Even as Zendaya, Yara Shihidi, and Amandla Stenberg become voices for a new generation, there is concern that only a certain ‘type’ of black girl gets the spotlight.

Source: Beyoncé’s Dad and Quincy Jones Highlight America’s Colorism Problem

How To Be An Ally To Muslim Women & Truly Embrace Intersectional Feminism

In Donald Trump’s America, few groups are as demonized as Muslims — and women worldwide are always oppressed based on their gender. But given the current president’s past comments about Islam, Muslim women will suffer the double-edged sword of Islamo

Source: How To Be An Ally To Muslim Women & Truly Embrace Intersectional Feminism