Ernestine Johnson- Race, Linguistics, and Gender
Ernestine Johnson’s poem/speech on the Aresenio Hall show was powerful and moving, demonstrating the power of words and what even an intended compliment might imply about our society and how we see race, gender, and class:Read More
The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty, by Amanda Filipacchi
A fascinating review of The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty, by Amanda Filipacchi on npr this afternoon. Have you read it? I would love to hear your opinions on it. Let me know in the comments section. Funny If It Weren’t So True: A Farce About …Read More
Women & Minorities, your absence hasn’t gone unnoticed!
Women and minorities have long been underrepresented in the technology industry. There has been a long prolonged battle to increase the number of women with degrees in STEMS disciplines, but talk to just about any women that works in the field and they will tell …Read More
All-Female Jihadi Group
I just read an article about a very interesting development in the Middle East. Apparently, a document called, Women of the Islamic State: Manifesto and Case Study, has been released. Claims are that the document was released by al-Khanssaa Brigade, an all-female militia. Among other things …Read More