History remembers and praises the efforts of white, middle-class women, but ignores to the way in which they forced black women to march at the back of the protest.
Dear straight white girls: acknowledge your privileges before you hashtag #feminist on your…
Sara Roebuck
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And yet during women’s history month ,in the 5th grade, I wanted to dress up as Harriet Tubman. She was the woman I wanted to research, dress as and report on in class. I was told I could not that it would be offensive and inappropriate for me to do so…there is a razors edge of a double standard here. We are not being taught or shown how to walk it; instead we are criticized when we do it “wrong”.

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