Don’t Tell Me to Smile: Combatting Street Harassment

Don’t Tell Me to Smile: Combatting Street Harassment

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Post-Me Too workplace and school environments are increasingly regulated for sexual misconduct, but our streets and public spaces remain ripe as the […]

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When Pregnancy is a Death Sentence: Race and Reproductive Healthcare

When Pregnancy is a Death Sentence: Race and Reproductive Healthcare

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Studies in 2000 showed black women are two to six times more likely to die from complications of pregnancy than white women. […]

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Nomadic Signals: Porest, Las Sucias

Nomadic Signals: Porest, Las Sucias

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2020 Suzanne Fiol Curatorial Fellow Leyya Tawil presents her first program in the NOMADIC SIGNALS series, featuring the NYC debuts of music […]

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Making Herstory with Amy Richards

Making Herstory with Amy Richards

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From Marie Curie and Ada Lovelace, to Anita Hill and Chloe Kim, lawmaking, troublemaking and changemaking female trailblazers have carried the feminist […]

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The Neon Coven Presents: HEX THE PATRIARCHY

The Neon Coven Presents: HEX THE PATRIARCHY

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A night of queer feminist rock and roll and drag from The Neon Coven, creators of the hit nightclub musical OSCAR at […]

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Women’s Self-Defense Class (free!)

Women’s Self-Defense Class (free!)

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Learn effective self-defense techniques and how to avoid and respond to violent situations. We’ll discuss everything from stranger violence to domestic violence. […]

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Miss Eaves on feminist rap and artists fleeing Brooklyn
Arts & Culture

Miss Eaves on feminist rap and artists fleeing Brooklyn

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We got a chance to chat with Miss Eaves, co-creator of our favorite 2017 protest track ‘404 Not Found’, about everything from BK rent to feminist tunes.

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A conversation on slut-shaming with a pole dancer and a comedian
Health and Beauty

A conversation on slut-shaming with a pole dancer and a comedian

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A Brokelyn writer was recently slut-shamed by the sister of her boyfriend’s ex-wife. She got some advice on the situation from two boss ladies.

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How to make an indie flick in Brooklyn without going broke: Lessons from a pro
Careers

How to make an indie flick in Brooklyn without going broke: Lessons from a pro

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In 2017, plenty of people struggle to wrap their heads around the concept of dedicating the time and energy to finishing a […]

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The founder of Nasty Women Unite Fest talks what it takes to be a ‘Nasty Woman’
Activism

The founder of Nasty Women Unite Fest talks what it takes to be a ‘Nasty Woman’

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“Nasty Woman.” Every feminist in Brokelandia remembers where she was when Donald Trump spat those words at Hillary Clinton during debate season. […]

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