Browsing the Web this morning, I ran across several interesting things. Thought I would share:
In "Judge him by his laws," Washington Post writer Charles Peters looks at Barack Obama's oft-overlooked experience as a legislator.
Rebecca Walker, author and daughter of Alice Walker, looks at "Feminist Infighting" on Huffington Post. In other posts on the topic, Women's Media Center reprints a call for unity from prominent feminists including Gloria Steinem and Dr. Johnetta Cole, and Rachel's Tavern asks about racial double standards.
Mes Deaux Cents takes her readers down memory lane with some favorite TV theme songs.
Black Women Vote has an update on efforts to raise funds to relocate Citoya Greenwood and her child. Greenwood is a student, community activist and resident of Dunbar Village, the site of the barbaric 2007 assault on a mother and child.
The New York Times reports on voters disenfranchised in Alabama.
Media Matters for America calls out Pat Buchanan for his assertion that only white males died at Gettysburg and Normandy. Plus, Bill-O compares bloggers to Hitler. Dear God!
And finally, I love Leslie Hall. Western beauty standards don't allow for women to wear tight clothes that reveal a less than Hollywood-toned physique. Hall's videos say "kiss my gold, stretchy-lame covered ass." I've posted Hall's "How we go out" video before, but I just discovered the Girl Get Nasty Remix. On the second day of Women's History Month, enjoy...