Feminist Friday 8/25

Feminist Friday 8/25

A weekly list of feminist thought from around the web.



The Lost Cause Rides Again by Ta-Nehisi Coates

Roman Britain in Black and White by Mary Beard

I'm a black Southerner. I had to go abroad to see a statue celebrating black liberation. by Samuel Sinyangwe

What Google Bros Have in Common with Medieval Beer Bros by David M. Perry

A Sci-Fi Magazine Created Entirely by Writers and Editors with Disabilities is Coming by Priscilla Frank


Game Changer: Finding Community and Self-Evolution by Jo Ferraro

This Is How Sexism Works in Silicon Valley by Ellen Pao

Before the Civil War, Women Were Welcomed into the Sciences by Erin Blakemore

The Rise of the Valkyries by Seyward Darby

LISTEN: Repackaging the Pill by 99% Invisible

'The Stakes Have Never Been Clearer': An Interview With Laurie Penny by Kitty Stryker

How Rebecca Solnit Became the Voice of the Resistance by Alice Gregory

A Letter to my Liberal Friends by Laurie Penny

For Survivors, Self-Care is Indeed 'an Act of Political Warfare' by Lara Witt

The Truth About Women and White Supremacy by Laura Smith

Why Don't Dystopias Know How to Talk About Race? by Angelica Jade Bastien

All the Greedy Young Abigail Fishers and Me by Jia Tolentino

Stop Equating "Science" With Truth by Chanda Prescod-Weinstein

Memo to the Google memo writer: Women were foundational to the field of computing by Marie Hicks


History of Women, Gender & Sexuality Seminars

Applications Now Open for Arcus/Places Prize

Catherine R. Stimpson Prize for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship

Feminist Friday 8/31

Feminist Friday 8/31

Moon Schemes

Moon Schemes