The latest in our Truthout series is the second on feminine hygiene and intellectual property rights laws, by Laura Szumowski and Anne Elizabeth Moore. Read the whole thing here.
We’re looking for collaborators in the food service industry! Here’s a helpful video explanation.
It will be awesome
Lois Lane Wishes You a Happy Valentine’s Day
Vintage Super Valentines where Lois expresses her love for Supes. Not sure what that “ulp” is. Oh, and then they celebrate with … some fun.
There has been some feminist analysis of copyright law, and this is obviously worth looking at closely.
Our legal framework is assumed to work from and support a neutral (read: diverse) human base of access to resources, when in fact it does not. We know…
I’m going to be teaching a class soon at the AS220 Printshop about cutting rubylith, transparent colors, & hand-made color separations! there’s lots of info up now about it:
cool, check it out, if you’re in providence & are interested in such matters, consider taking it! also covered: rainbow rolls, alignment, lots of color experimentation, some precision techniques, some messy techniques, etc. :)
Ian is *awesome*
We just received this announcement in our email inbox!!
We are happy to announce the 2013 Visions in Feminism Conference Date is: Saturday, April 13th
This Year’s Conference Theme is: Bringing Feminism to Un-Feminist Spaces
Feminism as a movement is often torn between a generic “Girl Power” label and overly isolating academic jargon. Both methods can distract the application of feminism from its focus. The spirit of feminism is inclusive, multi-faceted and complex. By creating space for voices from across religious, social, and political spectrums to address racism, classism, hetero and cis sex-isms we expand and infiltrate spaces that are not outwardly labeled as “feminist”. This year, the ViF conference will explore how we can bring feminism into areas of society that have been under-served by, do not openly identify with, or are unsympathetic to feminism’s goals. By focusing on these efforts, the movement can expand to reach those individuals who would not readily align themselves with feminism and successfully demonstrate the necessity of feminist approaches in continuing the anti-oppression work of the future.
Each year, Visions in Feminism seeks to provide a forum for diverse perspectives within a feminist framework to keep the movement relevant, inspire action by its attendees, and destabilize patriarchy and other forms of oppression.
We are asking that workshops be submitted via our googleform