Malala Yousafzai: Kidnapped Girls In Nigeria “Are My Sisters”

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"It's My Responsibility That I Speak Up For My Sisters"
  • In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour, Pakistani teen and education advocate Malala Yousafzai said the Boko Haram kidnappers in Nigeria do not understand Islam and said the 200+ school girls who were kidnapped and possibly being sold into sex slavery “are my sisters.” [CNN]
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  • Why the female Justices on the Supreme Court are key to women’s health issues. [Washington Post]
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  • Eight things every white person should know about white privilege. [The Daily Beast]
  • On “I’m not a feminist, but …” and non-feminist Shailene Woodley …[NYmag.com]
  • … and a letter to Shailene Woodley from “Feminism.” [The Hairpin]
  • On “Bob’s Burgers” and Tina Belcher’s groundbreaking depiction of teen girl sexuality. [Bitch Magazine]

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