A friend from Qatar asked me for suggestions on what feminist texts she should read. I gave her 4, and they aren’t the 4 most famous, or the 4 most cited, but they are the 4 I use nearly every single day. They teach 4 frames to understand how women are often treated in the [...]
Malala Yousaf Zai is a 14-year-old female Pakistani activist. My friend, Nighat Dad, writes about her work and the bullets which tried to silence her Tuesday. Learning her name and her story and spreading it is exactly what the people who tried to kill her didn’t want.
Boost the signal.
“Hailing from Mingora [...]
Here’s part of my poster application. Above is what I made:
Statement of Topic: Using Technology to Lower the Cost of Being a Woman
Summary: It costs more to live as a woman than as a man. This cost can be measured with money: increased health insurance costs [...]
I’ve been finalizing my research poster for the 2011 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. Here it is!
“Freedom is that instant between when someone tells you to do something and when you decide how to respond.”–Jeffrey Borenstein
I have the honor of moderating a panel on twenty-first century movement building:
I’ve been researching how to moderate a good panel:
I am thrilled and intimidated by my incredible panel. In case you’re in Portland in the first week of November, come check it out:
Abstract: We can make women’s lives safer, smarter, and [...]