March 2024 in Feminist News

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“In Feminist News” is our new monthly blog series featuring a round-up of feminist news, pop culture, and content you might have missed. In March 2024: France enshrined abortion rights in its constitution; Jason Kelce retired; Kiyoko Shibuya and the Godzilla Minus One team made Oscars history; and more.

  • France enshrined abortion rights in its constitution. (AP News)
  • Self-managed abortion has become more common post-Dobbs. (CNN)
  • Many athletes cry when it’s over. Jason Kelce’s tears were different. (MSNBC)
  • Kiyoko Shibuya is the first woman of color to win an Oscar for Best Visual Effects and the film, Godzilla Minus One, is the first non-English language film to win in the category. (Instagram)
  • Abortion medication can now be sold in drugstores. (Vox)
  • Mercedes-Benz asked, “What if women didn’t have to be exceptional?” (Instagram)
  • Women are pioneers in the art of film editing. (NPR)
  • An investigation uncovered hundreds of law enforcement officers accused of sexually abusing children over the past two decades. (Washington Post)
  • Women and girls experience extreme exploitation in the sugar mills of western India. (New York Times)
  • Is “oldest daughter syndrome” backed by science? (CBS News)
  • Girls’ wrestling is the fastest growing high school sport in the United States. (AP News)
  • Madison Tevlin offers a suggestion: “Assume that I can. So maybe I will.” (Instagram)
  • The women’s tournament is the main draw for March Madness this year. (USA Today)
  • Iowa State’s Audi Crooks played an incredible game against Maryland. (ESPN)
  • Who is Linda Martell, the Black country musician Beyoncé spotlights on Cowboy Carter? (Washington Post)
  • For a new generation of American kids, a woman’s place is on the quarter. (19th News)

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