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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
Category Archives: Floats You Missed
About a week before the Louisiana Legislature convened, state Rep. Dalton Honore trekked to Denver for field research related to legislation he’s pushing in Louisiana. The journey brought him just a few blocks from the Colorado State Capitol, to a … Continue reading
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Orleans parish, Uptown route unless noted. For all Carnival parades, routes, and details, click here. Sat., Jan 31 Krewe du Vieux 6:30pm Krewe Delusion follows Fri., Feb 6 Krewe of Cork 3:00pm, French Quarter Krewe of Oshun 6:00pm Krewe of … Continue reading
I hope the NOPD gets its shit together. especially the Special Victims Unit. Sexual assault is soul-killing enough without police being dismissive, disrespectful, hostile to victims who have the bravery to report the crimes done to them. I hope the … Continue reading
Why aren’t we talking about the death of Victor White III? Opinion. Mwende Katwiwa. December 27, 2014. I’ve spent 6 years living in New Orleans, but I got my roots in organizing and have spent most of my time in America in the … Continue reading
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