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She Said More

Dr. Cath Sleeman, the head of data visualisation at Nesta (a UK-based "innovation foundation"), combed through more than 500,000 articles from The Guardian published between 2000 and 2018 to create She Said More. The project aims to analyze gender disparities in "reporting on the creative industries." Before diving into the findings, readers should note a couple of things. First, the article...

https://data-viz.nesta.org.uk/measuring-gender-imbalances-re...
A Science Blog

This publication connects readers with "life in the science communication community, research about science communication, and tools and advice for science communicators." Recent posts highlight #BlackinSciComm week (with features on leaders in various science fields); demonstrate how to create useful public health multimedia in light of COVID-19 (see the May 26, 2020 post); and recap the trials...

https://www.sciencetalk.org/a-science-blog
Everything is Alive

Quirky and "laugh-out-loud funny," Everything is Alive is just what the doctor ordered. Podcast host Ian Chillag is no stranger to the radio or comedy scene (he previously worked for NPR, among other outlets). Along with Chillag, the many comedians and entertainers who guest-star deliver the "unscripted" life story of inanimate objects. For example, listeners are introduced to a lamppost named...

https://www.everythingisalive.com
The Bi-bliography

The Bi-bliography, an online catalog of bisexual books, was created because "too often bisexual stories are erased completely or hidden under the LGBTQIA umbrella, making them difficult to locate." This database houses more than 1,000 books, spanning multiple genres, including: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and other "queer anthologies of various types." Various tags at the top of the page allow...

https://www.librarything.com/profile/The_Bi-bliography
UCLA History Geography Project: Audre Lorde

World-renowned writer Audre Lorde was a "Black lesbian poet and feminist writer," whose work explored "intersections of race, sexuality, gender, poverty, and politics." This lesson plan uses her writing as a platform to discuss intersectionality and identity. Specifically, it guides students to reflect on the question: "How do power and privilege impact the relationships people have with each...

https://ucla.app.box.com/v/hgp-audre-lorde