Nasty Voices – Shrill Society
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    Nasty Voices

    Let's Get to Work: On Your Phone

    Let's Get to Work: On Your Phone

    It seems like everyday this presidential administration does something even more horrifying than yesterday, and staying engaged while busy with your day-to-day responsibilities is overwhelming. While it’s important to support larger actions like participating in organized marches and protests (nationally, regionally, and locally), we researched some ways you can counter these daily attacks by using your phone and computer. If you have 5 minutes during your lunch break, on the bus, or while waiting in line, use these great tools and resources to make your voice heard.

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    Raise a Glass with Brandi Keeler

    Raise a Glass with Brandi Keeler

    We had the opportunity to talk with Brandi Keeler, who started the initiative Toast2U, which focuses on the empowerment of women and girls in Detroit. She discusses why she is invested in this type work and what it means for her to be doing this in her hometown.

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    Stacks on Stacks with Émilie Lamy

    Stacks on Stacks with Émilie Lamy

    This week we’re excited to introduce Émilie Lamy for our Nasty to Know series. She is the owner of the art and design bookstore, The Stacks, in New Orleans. We discuss books, her relationship to New Orleans, and how she’s engaging with local nonprofits to amplify their voices.

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    Nasty to Know: Candace Reels

    Nasty to Know: Candace Reels

    We’re introducing a series of interviews with women who are doing amazing things—using their platform to amplify marginalized voices and spread awareness about social injustices. To kick off the series, we’re excited to introduce Candace Reels, founder of the LA-based feminist apparel brand and Instagram account, The Female Collective.

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    Why We Give: Picking EarthJustice for April

    Why We Give: Picking EarthJustice for April

    When I created the Nasty Woman shirt, donating to Planned Parenthood was an obvious way for me to say “fuck you, Trump.” His despicable attitude towards women, rampant sexism, and casual talk of sexually assaulting women only underscored the importance of organizations that champion access to affordable healthcare, offer sex education, and support women’s autonomy over our bodies. I’m also a longtime patient of Planned Parenthood and am frankly disgusted with attacks against the vital services they offer to women and men. With the popularity of the shirt and my desire to keep creating products that highlighted our collective desire to resist this administration, I wanted to expand the organizations Google Ghost donates to.

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