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This week in black women: a badass Barbie, Jesmyn Ward, and the video game of your dreams.

Creeps faced a reckoning. Thanksgiving is almost here. And black women had another week of turning everything they touch into gold. This is…
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The author behind ‘Mean Girls’ studied boys too. We should listen to what she has to say.

Author and researcher Rosalind Wiseman calls herself a listener. Intimate conversations and interviews with hundreds of teen girls formed the basis for her…
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This week in black women: a royal wedding and the best golfer you’ve never heard of.

This is the fifth edition of "This week in black women," a weekly column dedicated to signal-boosting the black women who make the…
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Let’s break down 15 terrible excuses from accused sexual harassers and predators.

The world is currently being treated to a slow-rolling reveal of the alleged bad behavior of some of its most powerful men. And…
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The Celebrity Perv Apology Generator is hilariously, depressingly accurate.

Why are celebrity apologies so ... bad? Like ... head-scratchingly bad? Harvey Weinstein prefaced his by saying that he "came of age in…
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9 tweets show how wrong Trump’s FCC chair is on net neutrality.

Ajit Pai, the Trump-appointed chair of the Federal Communications Commission, wants to do away with net neutrality. This is a terrible idea. Net…
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This week in black women: We won big at the polls and fixed McDonald’s ice cream problem.

We mourned, again. We voted, again. And black women had another week of breaking barriers and doing the most in the best way.…
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Yes, wealthy black Americans experience racism and get to protest. Here’s why.

Colin Kaepernick last played for the San Francisco 49ers. Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images. Colin Kaepernick, still unemployed and blacklisted by the NFL,…
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This week in black women: Luvvie, 6th-grade superstars, The Lion Queen, and more.

Indictments fell like leaves. Baseball finally ended. And black women had another week of being intelligent, talented, innovative, and fearless. This is the…
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This simple gun violence prevention measure saves 750 lives each year.

Firearms result in more than 33,000 deaths in the U.S. per year. Many of these incidents, particularly homicides, can be prevented with a…
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