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Global Feminist Link Love: October 19-25

October 26, 2009

Hey all!

Hope your weekend was wonderful. Below are some posts that we’ve been reading from around the web.

Feel free to leave what posts you read/wrote this past week; we’d love to hear from you!

From the blogs

Theater Review: The House on Mango Street—about the play based on the book by Sandra Cisneros. Reviewed at Viva La Feminista at a performance at the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago, IL.

Muslim female wrestlers a break from usual from Muslim Women in Sports

Cambodia: Award Honors Sex Slavery Survivor from Global Voices Online

Adopted Chinese Daughters Seek Their Roots via Racialicious

From the news

Nancy Spero, a feminist/anti-war artist died last weekend—read her obit in the NY Times and an article from The Guardian

Women better at processing emotions from (my thought is: gender stereotyping or truth?)

And of course, one of our favorites, Elisabeth Moss who plays Peggy Olson on Mad Men–an article from New York Magazine about the “Ultimate Feminist”

U.S. woman ‘lied about race attack’ from the BBC news

We are fans of the BBC, but this article comes off as tacky — its claim that Clinton’s using a “soft power” approach as Secretary of State is demonstrated, apparently, by the fact that she spends time talking to human/women’s rights activists and about rape. What do you think about this article?


Have a great week 🙂

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