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Year of The Outspoken: A reFRESH of 2017

Art by Franziska Barczyk Written by Jackson Bird.  While we can’t wait for 2017 to be over, one good thing to come out of it was the silence breakers, resisters and rabble-rousers who spoke out for justice and equality. 2017 was the year of speaking up, refusing to stay in our lanes, reclaiming our time, and breaking […]

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The Persistence Resistance – The reFRESH

This week, we’re celebrating big news on the travel ban, laughing to avoid crying over the state of the nation, and rallying behind all the women who persist in the fight for justice. What we’ve been checking out… With a unanimous vote, the 9th circuit upheld the stay of Donald Trump’s travel ban yesterday, reminding […]

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How Obama Failed Black Lives Matter and The Essence of White Privilege — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Getty Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing tips on how to treat your body with love, why Melania Trump’s speech is the essence of white privilege, and how Obama failed Black Lives Matter. What we’ve been checking out… Of course nothing so epically bad as Melania Trump’s speech can go unnoticed […]

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Challenging Silicon Valley and our favorite troll — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Gap This week, we’re sharing tips on how to get your startup funded if you’re a female entrepreneur, The Gap’s blatant (and disgusting) use of tokenization in its most recent ad, and that moment when your mom becomes your online troll. What we’ve been checking out… Not all stories are promoted equally, but […]

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Celebrity feminism and the white candidate’s burden — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via MTV News. Edited by Mara Meyers. This week, we’re reading about the “white candidate’s burden,” one of our speakers questions the rise of celebrity feminism, and a new documentary about the fight for equality in Nigeria. What we’ve been checking out… This white guy checked his white privilege and it made us want […]

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