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Higginbotham, E. 2012. "Reflections on the Early Contributions of Patricia Hill Collins."

Higginbotham, Elizabeth. 2012. “Reflections on the Early Contributions of Patricia Hill Collins.” Gender and Society 26 (1): 23-27.

Those who read PHC now versus those who read PHC later in their career have different and unique perspectives to her work – PHC enables us to critique interdisciplinary field of women’s studies. 95 more words

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Moore, M. 2012. "Intersectionality and the Study of Black, Sexual Minority Women."

Moore, Mignon R. 2012. “Intersectionality and the Study of Black, Sexual Minority Women.” Gender and Society 26 (1): 33-39.

Work with Black gay women, notes primacy of race, sexuality, then womanhood for case study, Zoe Ferron. 298 more words

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Baca Zinn, M. 2012. "PHC: Past and Future Innovations."

Baca Zinn, Maxine. 2012. “Patricia Hill Collins: Past and Future Innovations.” Gender and Society 26 (1): 28-32.

Notes PHC’s impact on sociology of gender, but notes that her work is often taken for granted, as these ideas were not always the way that we understood or analyzed such things. 371 more words

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Jones, N. 2009. "'I Was Aggressive for the Streets, Pretty for the Pictures..."

Jones, Nikki. 2009. “’I Was Aggressive for the Streets, Pretty for the Pictures:’ Gender, Difference, and the Inner-City Girl.” Gender and Society 23 (1): 89-93. 173 more words

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Deconstructing the Media: Body Image & Systems of Oppression

Hello out there! I know it’s been a while, but life has been all kinds of crazy/busy lately. To get you up to speed on what I’ve been up to, this past weekend, the ladies over at Radio Redmond Amsterdam hosted an event to promote “radical body love” and invited me along to host a workshop on the media. 1,089 more words

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What ‘Redskin’ really means - Wiscasset Newspaper

What ‘Redskin’ really means – Wiscasset Newspaper.

An excerpt: “And you didn’t have to bring the dead body to Boston; you could bring their scalps to a station in Augusta or Wiscasset; the clerk would say: “How many redskins you got for me today?”  Click the link above to read the full article.

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A cross-section from Ferguson, and parts beyond

First and foremost: the St. Louis Area Foodbank serves Ferguson. If you’ve been looking for some way to support the protestors and the occupied, but are (understandably) wary of opportunistic scammers, this is one reputable place to donate. 349 more words

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