Weekend reading


Iranian women protest misogynist acid attacks.

16 things women were told they couldn’t do this year.

Many people who grew up loving “The Cosby Show” don’t want to remember, but comedian Hannibal Buress reminded his audience about the sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby.

Hari Kondabolu offers a compromise for dealing with the Washington football team’s racist name.

Yes, mass shootings are occurring more often.

Laurie Abraham talks about not regretting her two abortions and how those decisions impacted her life.

Today in Islamophobia: a City Council member randomly asks a constituent from the Muslim Student Association to denounce Sharia law.


Author: Rebecca Griffin

I am a passionate advocate for progressive causes with over a decade of experience organizing for social change. That organizing experience informs the way I look at the world and the challenges we face in working toward social justice. I started Of Means and Ends to write about social issues I care about and share my thoughts on how we organize in a smart, strategic way. Please visit and join the conversation.

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