Things We Saw Today: Trump Sends Legit Hate Group and Anti-Women Group to Rep the U.S. At U.N.

Because of COURSE he did.

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The 61st annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women is happening now through March 24th, and all U.N. members are asked to send representatives to the session as they work to create real gender equality. So who does Trump send as part of the U.S. delegation? Members of an organization officially recognized as a hate group, and members of another organization that isn’t a hate group per se… they just really don’t like women and gay people having rights and stuff. (via The Independent)

  • Hey there sci-fi literature fans! The Portalist and Humble Bundle are joining forces to provide an awesome deal on sci-fi by female authors! The best part? Proceeds go to First Book, “which provides books and other essentials to schools and programs serving children from low-income families.” Check it out, and snag those titles while the getting is good!
  • Capcom is re-releasing all the NES Disney Afternoon games! Get ready for some sweet early-90s video game action! (via Nerdist)

Check out Lindsey Stirling’s latest cosplay violin video! This time, she pays homage to Beauty and the Beast! (via Fashionably Geek)

  • Chelsea Clinton is publishing a children’s book as “an homage to 13 American women who overcame personal and societal hurdles to achieve their dreams, including Harriet Tubman, Maria Tallchief, Claudette Colvin, Oprah Winfrey and Sonia Sotomayor.” The oh-so-perfect title? She Persisted. (via The Huffington Post)
  • Check out the life-sized AT-ATs coming to life at Star Wars Land in Disneyland! (via Inside the Magic)

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