September 6, 2017
What White People Can Learn From Charlottesville

What can white people learn from Charlottesville? Over the past few weeks, we’ve witnessed a number of massive public gatherings of white supremacists of various stripes. While we’ve known about the existence of such groups (because this country was founded on white supremacy, they are as old as America itself). But it’s only recently, particularly […]

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August 17, 2017
Nietzsche on Women in Beyond Good and Evil

Below we have collected every single reference by Friedrich Nietzsche on women, femininity, and feminism in Beyond Good and Evil. This classic text is now in the public domain, so we are able to republish it here, for free. We recommend printing this page as a PDF for extended reading. Nietzsche was an incredible feminist. […]

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August 16, 2017
Food Justice Syllabus: Books about the Politics of Food

Welcome to the food justice syllabus: books about the politics of food. Food is political. Food justice and the politics of food is an important step in social justice as a whole. How we access the foods we eat, how they were grown and picked, nutritional knowledge, having the time to cook healthful meals, being […]

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August 15, 2017
The Iraq War: A Reading Guide

Before we dive into this reading guide, let’s get one thing straight: the Iraq War never should’ve happened. Let’s say that one more time: THE INVASION OF IRAQ NEVER SHOULD’VE HAPPENED. Why? Well, first, the rationale for the war was in part based on the assertion by George Bush’s government that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons […]

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August 14, 2017
Syllabus on Sex and Gender Differences: How to Disprove Sexist Science

By Merriam Lewis-Leary (@mlewisleary) Everyone's talking about the #GoogleMemo, but unfortunately it raises a number of difficult questions that require focused study. In this post, we are going to give you a detailed guide to all of the research that speaks against the idea of biological sex differences in men and women. That is a […]

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August 12, 2017
Ten Photography Books by Women Photographers

This list features ten photography books by women photographers who worked or are working throughout the twentieth and twenty-first century. I’ve left out those artists that are extremely well-known, mostly because they’ve been written about a zillion times over and don’t need the extra press (especially because such fame and acclaim is disproportionately allocated to […]

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