Category: liberation

Mammy 2.0: Black Women Won’t Save You, So Stop Asking

Black women don’t owe you shit. Let me state that plainly and clearly so that my readers clearly understand where this is going. The year was 2016. Two rich, older White people were running to be leader of one of the most dangerous terrorist nations in the world. The people had to choose a side […]

What’s In A Name?

My name is Feminista Jones. It is how I choose to identify myself to and with you. It is the name under which I write and produce other content. It is trademarked. It should be respected because that is the choice I made for myself, in the spirit of Kujichagulia: Kujichagulia┬á(koo-jee-cha-goo-LEE-ah) Self Determination. “To define […]

#MLKSitIn 7/23/17: Calling All Organizers (Any Experience Level)

Join Leslie Mac and I for the 2nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sit-in taking place at a MLK space near you!! We’re currently seeking organizers to help us set us various events around the United States and abroad. Last year, we had an amazing turnout in cities across America. There was joy, reflection, […]

Feminista Jones Speaks at Explore More Summit 2017

Greetings beloveds! This year, I am once again participating in the Explore More Summit. This is one of the best collection of sexuality experts around the world. It’s FREE to join and when the summit ends, you can either purchase a conference package or stream chats a la cart for $3!! Be sure to catch […]

Feminists Don’t Get Dickmatized

(En Espa├▒ol) I already know that, by giving this piece the title I selected, most folks will react before reading. Such is the nature of this “140 Era” in which we live, I guess. If you’ve made it this far, allow me to explain my point of view. I will say it again: Feminists don’t […]

FJ at University of South Carolina

  (via The Daily Gamecock) Students and faculty flooded into the Russell House Theater Monday evening to hear Feminista Jones, acclaimed feminist writer, activist and public speaker, address social justice issues in South Carolina. With more than 63,000 Twitter followers, Jones has created an impressive online presence writing about what it means to be a […]

#ButSomeOfUsAreBrave (Weekly Periscope Chat)

A White school “resource officer” was called into a class by a Black male math teacher to “handle” a Black female student who was, according to him, not complying with his requests to turn off her phone and engage in the class. The young student was then severely brutalized by the resource officer as students […]

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