Malala Yousafzai’s Taliban Attackers Arrested

  • Ten members of the Taliban responsible for shooting Pakistani girls’ education advocate Malala Yousafzai in the head in a 2012 attack have been arrested, according to the Pakistan army. [Huffington Post]
  • A doctor who performed abortions in southern Texas explains why recent restrictions on reproductive rights will be devastating for low-income, rural women. [NPR]
  • My friend created an incredible package for The Huffington Post profiling six female survivors of domestic violence, each who exemplifies why it’s so hard for someone to leave an abuser. Meet these women and see how shame, money, fear, love, family, and isolation affected each. [The Huffington Post]
  • CBS pulled a Rihanna performance from an intro to Thursday Night Football last night, all because she’s an inconvenient reminder of domestic violence. [Huffington Post]
  • Four out of five migrant women traveling from Mexico to the United States experience rape along the way, according to experts who work with these women. [Fusion]
  • The NFL asks football wives to put their husband’s career before themselves, says Tracy Treu, the wife of a former Oakland Raiders player. [Mother Jones]
  • The NFL’s domestic abuse problem is worse than we think … [MSNBC]
  • … and most suspects don’t get punished like Ray Rice eventually did. [New York Times]
  • On the queer history of Eleanor Roosevelt that you won’t see in the new Ken Burns documentary airing on PBS this Sunday. [After Ellen]
  • Blogger Beejoli Shah on being a domestic violence survivor who doesn’t know how to stop watching football. [The Daily Dot]
  • Meet Nigeria’s growing and increasingly powerful cadre of female oil bosses. [BBC]
  • Can Zoe Saldana do justice to the life of Nina Simone onscreen? [Bitch Magazine]

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