Our next meeting will be on Sunday, September 13th, at 2 pm Eastern Time.
What we’re reading: Freedom Is a Constant Struggle by Angela Y. Davis, chapters 3 through 8, and chapter 10.
Science is not immune to sexism, and it’s definitely not immune to systemic racism. 500WS strives to make science inclusive by fighting oppressive societal norms. In this group, we come together to discuss our thoughts, what we’ve learned from our readings, and what we can do in our own lives and institutions to address systemic racism.
In addition to being a space to learn together, we’re using this group to hold ourselves accountable. What actions and/or projects are you working on?
This is a virtual event, the link to meeting is shared with pod members on our mailing list and Slack. Not a member? Join us!
Previous learning materials
|6/07||The Coronavirus Was an Emergency Until Trump Found Out Who Was Dying by Adam Serwer|
|6/14||White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh|
|The Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture from Dismantling Racism: A Workbook for Social Change Groups, by Kenneth Jones and Tema Okun|
|6/21||The urgency of intersectionality by Kimberlé Crenshaw|
|6/28||When Feminism is White Supremacy in Heels by Rachel Elizabeth Cargle|
|7/05||What Anti-racist Teachers Do Differently by Pirette McKamy|
|7/12||Why Every Environmentalist Should Be Anti-Racist by Leah Thomas|
|7/26||Defund the Police by Annie Lowrey|
|8/02||Black women scientists missing from textbooks by Helen Briggs|
|College biology textbooks still portray a world of white scientists by Bethany Brookshire|
|8/16||Freedom Is a Constant Struggle by Angela Y. Davis: Foreword, Introduction, and Chapter 1|
|8/23||Freedom Is a Constant Struggle by Angela Y. Davis: Chapters 2 and 9|