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Alisha Ramos Goes Straight for Your Inbox

CEO and Founder of “Girl’s Night In” Sends Us Her Newsletter Insight. By Anna Meyer Photography by Sloane Tucker Newsletters are basically the “analog” feed. You can receive a mix of news, insights on your favorite brands and a heads up on which musicians are on tour in your city, all to break up the […]

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The Canon: Books to Read in May

Intimacy on YouTube, a book-length essay exploring immigration, and a story collection about eels and eating disorders. By Daley Farr, Ann Mayhew, Celia Mattison, Elizabeth Callen, Sarah Waller, and Annie Metcalf   Tell Me How It Ends: An Essay in 40 Questions by Valeria Luiselli Coffee House Press Out: 4/4/2017 Prompted by her work as […]

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Mornings as Windows Into the Truthful Lives of Wild Women

A conversation with the creators of the Wild Morning about how they set about documenting women unguarded and authentic to who they are in the early morning light. by Anna Meyer photo by Dave Puente When you reflect on your morning routine, what kind of scene do you picture? Maybe you’re running out the door […]

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Being Leery of Everything Happening For a Reason and Other Takes by Ariel Levy

On the heels of her memoir’s March release, the New Yorker staff writer discusses profiles in practice, ambition and guilt. by Kaylen Ralph illustration by Grace Molteni   Ariel Levy’s memoir, The Rules Do Not Apply, offers the before and after of her 2013 longform essay, “Thanksgiving in Mongolia,” in which Levy writes about the […]

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In Tees We Trust

Emblazoned with feminist mantras and girl-power messaging, tees with integrity are here to stay, and fashion houses are catching up. by Kaylen Ralph Photographed by Kaylen Ralph Styled by Ellie Peterson Hair and Makeup by Sara Vander Ploeg Models: Sarah Mering, Araceli Perez, Sharnika Jackson Last July, Maria Grazia Chiuri took control of the storied […]

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Women Are Worth Celebrating

Throughout Women’s History Month, our social profiles were taken over with posts celebrating the amazing ladies that have made their mark on our world. by Anna Meyer illustrations by Taylor Hamilton captions by Ellie Peterson Women have been fighting for recognition for their work and their impact in society for decades on end, and that […]

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The Canon: Books to Read in April

Beyoncé, life after a stroke, and the most meta fairy tale ever. Reviews by Ann Mayhew, Celia Mattison, Daley Farr, Kaylen Ralph, and Natasha Kallish Graphic by Anna Meyer   The Woman Next Door by Yewande Omotoso Picador Out: 2/7/17 Omotoso explores female friendship, the lives of elderly women, and racism in her smart and refreshing […]

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A Vision of the Culture We Want to See

A Q&A with Rachel Hills, producer of The Sex Myth: A Devised Play. Interview by Ann Mayhew Image by Shanthony Exum In 2015, Riveter co-founders Kaylen Ralph and Joanna Demkiewicz sat down at Minneapolis’ Magers & Quinn Booksellers to discuss Rachel Hills’ then-new release The Sex Myth: The Gap Between Our Fantasies and Reality. The […]

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3 Muslim and Arab-Americans Explain How to Be a Good Ally

by Kaylen Ralph illustration by Emma Johnson In January, the White House issued an executive order that aimed to bar Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. and restrict in-bound travel of immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries. Thousands of U.S. citizens and lawmakers expressed their disproval of what quickly became known as the #MuslimBan by gathering at airports […]

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Fight Like a Woman

Casey Morton fights for her dream in a photo essay following her journey from the gym to her pro-debut. by Erin Lefevre“There was once a man who went to a guru because he wanted to be great, so he went to the guru and asked him how he could be great. The guru told the […]

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