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Ifueko Osarogiagbon

Ifueko Osarogiagbon

No, White Women. You’re Not the N*****s of the World

The white feminism jumped out of Hocus Pocus actress Bette Midler last Thursday, and now Halloween might have to be put on hold. (Okay, so not really. But maybe.) In a now-deleted tweet, Midler quoted Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s “Women is the N*gger of the World” song: Despite being called out on her use of the quote, one that black women have repeatedly said needs to be put to rest, Midler went on with her


Your Next Women’s March is Here

The day after the 2017 presidential inauguration proved to be even more historical than the day of. Organized by the efforts of three women of color, Tamika Mallory, Carmen Perez, and Linda Sarsour, the Women’s March took to a national and global stage to send a message to Trump, his presidency, his supporters, and the whole world saying “We are here, and we are ready.” The inaugural protest inspired and empowered so many, but left

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