Must-Read Feminist Blogs for Women's History Month

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March is Women's History Month, and we're sharing some bloggers who do the hard work year-round of keeping track of what's going on for women in the United States and around the world. Take a look at these sites and let us know about your favorite blogs for reading about women's history and issues.

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UN Women

A branch of the United Nations dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women worldwide, UN Women posts updates on work being done in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.


Women’s eNews

For over 11 years, Women's eNews has been posting daily reports about women around the world, including politics, justice and health issues.


Anita Finlay

A blogger, actor and author of Dirty Words on Clean Skin: Sexism and Sabotage, a Hillary Supporter’s Rude Awakening. Anita often writes on BlogHer.com, as well as at her own website.


Womanist Musings

On her blog, Renee Martin writes about feminism — or more precisely, womanism — with an eye on how gender issues affect black women and a passion for both social justice and pop culture.


Hello Ladies

Liz O’Donnell writes about feminism, politics, and life as a woman. Hello Ladies will be spotlighting a different working mother every other day during the month of March. In addition to her blog, Liz recently published a book: Mom, Mogul and Maid: The Balancing Act of the Modern Woman.


Dance of Red

Ayesha Sultana was a 2013 BlogHer International Activist scholarship recipient. Her blog focuses on gender and sexual violence and social justice.

Which women's history and politics blogs do you follow? Tell us in the comments.

News and Politics Editor Grace Hwang Lynch blogs about raising an Asian mixed-race family at HapaMama.

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