Write(h)ers: The Feminist Future is Happening Right Now — Online

This article was originally published on PolicyMic. You can read it HERE This spring, Duke University gave undergraduate feminist writer-activists an introductory course in “#femfuture: Online Revolution” through Write(h)ers, a semester long speaker series featuring feminist women in the fields of journalism, media, and broadcast journalism. Over the spring semester, Jill Filipovic, Irin Carmon, Rebecca Traister, Heather Havrilesky, Maria Ebrahimji, and LC Coleman visited Duke to […]

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Duke Write(H)er Series: First Workshop With LC Coleman of Colored Girls Confidential

DUKE WRITE(H)ER SERIES Introduction to the Duke Write(H)er Workshop Series: For the Spring of 2013, I was accepted to be a part of the Duke Write(H)er series consisting of writing workshops with well known and gifted women writers and journalists. These retreat/workshop/dinner events, hosted by the Duke Women’s Center, feature influential feminist journalists such as […]

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Publishing Live In Real Time

Original post date: 9/11/12 I’m a giant jigsaw puzzle. My pieces strewn all across the floor. My writing helps make the pieces whole again, creating something beautiful from an otherwise state of disarray. The individual pieces slide into place, stay for a while, but before long it’s time to put them back one by one […]

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I’m Featured on The Mamafesto’s “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” Series

Original post date: 8/21/12 I participated in The Mamafesto’s “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” series. You should check it out! I spent hours reading through the other interviews while I was writing mine. Defining feminism is no easy task and remembering when and why you became a feminist can prove to be even […]

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The Beginning of a Feminist Awakening Of Sorts

Original Post Date: 05/09/12 It’s like looking back on the moment you meet one of your closest friends for the first time…you’re not sure exactly how the pieces fell into place, but you’re glad they did. I guess that’s how I became a quote on quote feminist. I had already joined Develle Dish and had […]

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Fraternizing With Feminism

Original post date: 6/04/12 When I first started “blogging” for Develle Dish, I posted with reservation, holding back just enough so it didn’t have to reveal anything too personal about myself. Because everyone knows that it’s okay to believe in feminist values, but to BE a feminist automatically equates you with an unattractive anti-femininity, man […]

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