Feminist Media: Feminist Review

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One of my favorite sites and resources is Feminist Review. In the last three and a half years it has published nearly 3,500 reviews of current books, films, music, theater performances, eco-friendly clothing, and a whole host of other products. They’ve run interviews with prominent feminists Ariel Gore, Victoria Law, Rebecca Walker, the creators of Make/Shift, Jennifer Baumgardner, and Amy Richards—as well as some artists and activists you may not have heard of before. If reading Feminist Review inspires you to read a novel or download an album, consider donating to their I ♥ FR Campaign today. There is no better month than Women’s History Month to give to feminist media.

In its own words:

Feminist Review believes that all opinions – positive and critical – are valuable and seeks to give voice to communities that remain on the margins. Our mission is to write reviews from feminist perspectives to explore the world through an anti-oppression lens. We recognize that there are many feminisms and provide a space where those differences can be represented and explored. (That means we want you to add your opinions too.)”

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Ellen Keim

Ellen is a freelance writer, essayist and copy editor, living with three cats and a husband in Columbus, OH.

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