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Hijabis Not Seen on TV
The comedians behind Shugs & Fats talk about Muslim representation.
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The Fight is Female
The women leading the charge against Trump.
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The Talk
I didn't think we needed to talk to our kids so early about race. I was wrong.
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Tombamento
Black Brazilian women's ongoing struggle for power.
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The Law Professor Fighting for Rape Victims at Stanford and Beyond
An interview with Michele Dauber, who is trying to get the judge behind the Brock Turner case recalled.
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Big Data, Big Problems
An interview with Cathy O'Neil, the author of Weapons of Math Destruction.
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True Blue
A guide to making sure your "blue state" is actually liberal.
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"Lifeline, bloodline, cut off. For what?"
An interview with Adrienne Hood about her son, Henry "Bub" Green V, who was killed by police in Columbus, Ohio.
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"I Have Faith This Country Will Keep Their Doors Open"
An interview with Cincinnati, Ohio-based Syrian refugee Ibtisam Masto
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What the Human Spirit Can Endure
An interview with Melissa Fleming, chief spokesperson of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, about Trump's "Muslim ban."
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Period Policy
An interview with "menstrual equity" activist Jennifer Weiss-Wolf
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The President and the Ghost Whisperer
On the scandal involving a gigolo from a male brothel and a $3 million dressage horse that brought South Korea's first female president...
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Is Shunning Ever Useful?
An interview with the writer, theorist, and activist Sarah Schulman.
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The Utopia and Reality of the Women's March
Janet Mock interviews Bob Bland and Carmen Perez, two leaders of the Women's March on Washington.
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A Brief History of Women's Marches
From the Suffrage Parade of 1913 to this week's march on Washington.
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100 Years
A video to celebrate a century of Planned Parenthood from Lena Dunham, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lawrence, America Ferrera and more.
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Cheryl Turpin Wants to Help Make Virginia Blue Again
The high school teacher was inspired to run for office after Trump won in her district by less than 1 percent.
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Flowers for Trump
Immigrants send messages to our president-elect through flower arrangements.
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A Heartbeat and a Broken Heart
Why a heartbeat does not necessarily equal life, and why Ohio's new abortion law is awful.
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Water Is Life: Four Months at Standing Rock
Eryn Wise, the communications director for the International Indigenous Youth Council, describes her experience.
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