Law, Policy

Living in the District of Columbia: No (Real) Representation & Control by Congress

By Sara Murphy I’ve lived in the District of Columbia for a year now. There are at least three upsides to living in this beautiful city: nice views of the Capitol, free museums, and policy conferences out the wazoo. What I don’t like about living here is that I don’t have the full panoply of… Continue reading Living in the District of Columbia: No (Real) Representation & Control by Congress

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Feminism, Millennials, Politics

A Millennial Feminist Wish List

Once upon a time, Persister Lizzy texted our group thread saying, “OMG, I just remembered my dream. I am fairly positive it involved outlining all the things women want/problems we deal with to someone (maybe the Crooked Media bros) I went ham though.” Perhaps the recent six-month anniversary of the Women’s March was on her… Continue reading A Millennial Feminist Wish List

FFAF, free for all fridays, summer

FFAF: Persisterhood Summer Jamz

By the Persisterhood Staff We are smack dab in the middle of summer, and we hope everyone is staying cool from the heat with trips to the shore, popsicles, and frozen margaritas.  We know you probably have 1,342 emergency podcasts to listen to because, well, shit’s cray right now, but we hope you will give… Continue reading FFAF: Persisterhood Summer Jamz