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Global Feminist Link Love (+ in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr.): January 11-17, 2010

January 18, 2010

Hello all!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend, and for those who have an extended weekend due to Martin Luther King, Jr. day.—have a wonderful day off school/work.  We want to thank Dr. King for all of the work that he did for the civil rights movement, and for inspiring us to achieve what activism should be.

Below are some awesome blog posts and news stories that we’ve read from the past week.

What have you been reading/writing this week? Please share your links below!

-the editors of GAB

From the blogs

Martin Luther King: I’ve been to the mountaintop from Racism Review

Racism, reproductive (in)justice in Israel from F-word

Sexist Words to Retire in 2010 from Mankini Revolution

The Translation Gap: Why More Foreign Writers Aren’t Published in America from Publishing Perspectives

Treatment of Female Activists from Amplify Your Voice

“Cuddler” attacks not so adorable from Broadsheet

Providing Gender-Responsive Aid in Haiti from RH Reality Check

Tourism and the Objectification of the Native from Sociological Images

Swedish Court Decides Sexual Assault is Not a Crime from The Curvature

Remember to vote for Lesbian/Bisexual Woman of the Decade at Raising My Boy Chick

Loving Your Bits from the Two Body Solution

From the news

In Germany, a Tradition Falls, and Women Rise from the New York Times

China faces growing gender imbalance from the BBC

‘Hillary effect’ cited for increase in female ambassadors to U.S. from the Washington Post

Art Review: Women, In All Their Glory (about an exhibit focused exclusively on women as subjects) from the New York Times

Gender Testing Hangs Before the Games as a Muddled and Vexing Mess from the NY Times

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