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FEMINIST SOCIAL MEDIA PRAXIS February 25, 2013 · by Re.framing Activism · in media practice Jodi Nelson is a filmmaker, actor and musician. She is currently completing a PhD in Creative and Critical Practice at the University of Sussex. This week, we interviewed Jodi about her research … Continue reading →
Muslim Women Arrested in France for Wearing Face Veils in France HUH? Yes, it’s true – read about it here! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-13031397 What’s your thoughts on the subject? In the BBC report, the French police state they haven’t arrested the two … Continue reading →
‘BEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE BEHOLDER’ –As I watched the Oscars last night, I was watching all the beauties in their fine regalia, makeup flawless, toned bodies jiggle-free – and I was wondering if this was an image … Continue reading →
The site will officially launch December 15th! Stay tuned! ‘Single Girl in a Virtual World: What Does a 21st Century Feminist Look Like?’ Check out the Film Project page for more information about the film project itself and the Topics … Continue reading →