CFC in the Media

The CFC is representin’ beyond the blogosphere.  Check out our work on the interwebs and cable news.

CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) has a column at where she post weekly.

June 4, 2014: CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) talks abortion access in In These Times, Abortion’s Underground Railroad.

March 12, 2014: CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) highlights the rift in Reproductive Rights Movement on RH Reality CheckSex-Selective Abortion Bans Highlight Faultlines in the Reproductive Rights Movement.

June 28, 2013: CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) discusses Trans Day of Action and LGBTQ Liberation for Feministing, Today Celebrate Trans Day of Action and join the fight for LGBTQ Liberation.

June 27, 2013: CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) talks abortion access on RH Reality Check, One Lesson From Texas: Legal Abortion Means Nothing Without Access.

May 13, 2013: CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) writes on the usage of criminal justice system as a tool in intimate partner violence in The Nation, In the Cleveland Kidnapping Case, Bystander Intervention Worked. What Happens When It Doesn’t?

May 8, 2013:  CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) discussing the  culture of violence and the recent abduction case in Cleveland.

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April 11, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) talks “ratchetness” in NY Mag, Ratchet: The Rap Insult That Became A Compliment.

April 5, 2013CF Eesha Pandit (eeshap) discusses reproductive justice and the latest developments with Plan B on MSNBC’s All in With Chris Hayes.

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April 2, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) discusses the controversy surrounding India Arie’s album cover and the speculation of skin lightening on HuffPost Live with Marc Lamont Hill.


April 1, 2013 The CFC are finalists for Ms. Foundation for Women’s 1st People’s Choice Award. Meet the CFC and cast your vote here:

March 19, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) writes about the invisibility of black female victims of street violence on, [ENOUGH] Black Girls: Caught in the Crossfire.

March 7, 2013:  CF Moya Bailey (moyazb) talks with Al Jazeera In the Stream about the #tooFEW initiative that encouraged feminists to edit Wikipedia.

March 4, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) discusses Scandal on Mark Anthony Neal’s weekly webcast, Left of Black.


February 28, 2013:  CF Moya Bailey (moyazb) talks with Al Jazeera In the Stream about the “Angry Black Woman” stereotype with Franchesca Ramsey, Imani Perry, and Darron Smith.

February 20, 2013: CF Aisha Durham (crunklife) talks about infertility and fertility care bias on HuffPost Live.


February 18, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) writes an opinion piece in response to the POTUS’ remarks about fatherhood and gun violence, Mr. President, Stop Throwing Black People Under the Bus, in

January 18, 2013: Susana Morris (Crunkadelic) was interviewed for NPR’s show “Morning Edition,” for a segment entitled, “In a Fragmented Cultureverse, Can Pop References Still Pop?”

January 16, 2013CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) is quoted in The New York Times article about Scandal, ‘Scandal’ on ABC is Breaking Barriers.

January 16, 2013: CF Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic) is the featured interview on Season 4 of  Emotional Justice Unplugged, with Esther Armah, WBAI 99.5 FM. The topic: “Food, Feelings, and Feminism.”

December 5, 2012CF Robin Boylorn (rboylorn) writes about the necessity of remembering victims and not just perpetrators of domestic violence, Remember Their Names:  In Memory of Kasandra, Cherica & Other Victims of Violence, in

August 2012: CFs Brittney Cooper (Crunktastic), Susana Morris (Crunkadelic) and Moya Bailey (moyazb) are featured in Essence Magazine’s list of Young, Black, and Amazing women under age 35.

June 3, 2012:  CF Robin Boylorn (rboylorn) is quoted in the L.A. Times article, VH1’s  reality:  A rock and a hard place.