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News

PoC News in America: Charleston

Previously in PoC News, we’ve taken time to parse out the uprisings in Ferguson and Baltimore as an act of solidarity. We’ve highlighted the work of other writers as they make sense of the history of violence and oppression in the U.S. In light of the tragic events in Charleston, S.C., we bring you another […]

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Feminism

Feminists are Not Immune to Domestic Abuse

[TRIGGER WARNING: This post contains descriptions and discussions of domestic violence, including physical, emotional, and verbal abuse.]

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Feminism

Why Are Republicans Fighting the Violence Against Women Act?

Didn’t think it would get this bad, did you? Really, who would have thought that in 2012 we would be debating over what should be a common sense issue like domestic violence. Ten years ago if you had asked me if this would be something we’d have to worry about, I would have (naively) said […]

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LadyGhosts of TV Past

Bones 1.02: “The Man in the SUV”

Bones is on hiatus this week, so we’re going to take another step back into the vault to recap a vintage episode. “The Man in the SUV” is the second episode of Bones and is a pretty straight-forward procedural episode, but gives us our first real glimpse at how the team works together.

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Op Ed

Apple Pie Extremists

I have this habit of always riding in the front of the metro and train. Why? Well I have it in my head that if somebody decides to blow themselves up they’ll be in the middle for maximum effect. I figure that if I’m in the back I still have the blown up part to […]