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BIPOC Well-Being & womens rights

Below are the best resources we could find on BIPOC Well-Being and womens rights.

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Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty

In 1997, this groundbreaking book made a powerful entrance into the national conversation on race. In a media landscape dominated by racially biased images of welfare queens and crack babies, Killing the Black Body exposed America’s systemic abuse of Black women’s bodies.

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5 Indigenous Women Asserting the Modern Matriarchy

They’re reclaiming the tradition of female leadership and turning the old, white, male-dominated perspective of history on its head.

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Women’s History Month (and American History Itself) Rarely Includes Indigenous Women—and that’s a Problem

Most public schools in the U.S. teach shamefully little about Indigenous history, and the contributions of Indigenous women remain notably left out.

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The Deadly Cost of Pipelines in Native Land: Winona LaDuke on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

As the oil and gas pipeline boom crosses the United States and Canada, more Indigenous women have disappeared.

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First and Only: A Black Woman’s Guide to Thriving at Work and in Life

As Black women, we have to work twice as hard to be perceived as half as skilled. We have to work until August of this year to earn what a white man made by last December. We are besieged by racist and sexist bullying online.

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Nikki Giovanni Has Made Peace With Her Hate

“The door is open,” Nikki Giovanni told the interviewer, “and if I’m saying something that you don’t like, you can go out the door. Because I’m going to say what I think I should say.”

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Chelsey Luger Speaks at the Womxn’s March at the Arizona State Capitol

Well For Culture Co-Founder Chelsey Luger speaks on behalf of Indigenous Womxn during the Womxn’s March at the Arizona State Capitol.

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