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U Is for Uncomfortable and Undoing

I was completely blown away by Morgan Jerkins This Will Be My Undoing. It is an honest, intelligent, and poetic memoir about being a black woman in America. 121 more words

Books

Minority Report

Thomas Sowell exposes the myths told by those who claim to be making society better.

It changed my view on many things.

Worth a read.

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Grievance Groups & Convenient Victims

MAMA 31: Mother's Diary, Mothertime 'Let Down' & MOM EGG Review Reading in NYC [LINK]

Marketa Senkyrik

mother’s diary (for Kaya)

2017-2018

hand-bound diary / drawings – fine-liner, watercolour crayons, crayons

My mum has plenty of photo albums – one from each holiday, one from each Christmas… When I am visiting my parents, we often look at the photos together. 970 more words

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Morning Routines of Successful Women

We all dread waking up early in the morning, especially after a long night of working (or fucking around). However, the most important part of anyone’s day is the morning! 582 more words

Feminism

Creeping Managerial Culture in Academe Spells Trouble for Critical Researchers

I just finished submitting my CV for a research job at a university. Neither the job nor the school is particularly prestigious, but they’re both respectable. 219 more words

Feminism

TToT: Bewitched, Bothered, Bewildered - Clair De Lune, #ShareYourShaw #10Thankful

“Myths can’t be translated as they did in their ancient soil.
We can only find our own meaning in our own time.”

—-Margaret Atwood

I’m trying hard, this week, at this adulting thing. 693 more words

1000 Voices Speak For Compassion

So You Want to Talk About Race

So You Want to Talk about Race by Ijeoma Oluo

I first heard about this book while it was being written. I follow Ijeoma Oluo’s Facebook Page and Twitter, and enjoy her witty analysis of current events, odd happenstance, and biting mic drops. 757 more words

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