"Did you know that a woman founded the first university? (Fatima al-Fihri) ...was elected to congress four years before women could vote? (Jeannette Rankin) ...invented technology that makes wireless communication possible? (Hedy Lamarr) ...was the first African American to become a licensed airplane pilot? (Bessie Coleman)..." [click on this image to find a link to find a bundle of videos related to the sociological study of gender] Artist:Rebecca Cohen (rebeccacohenart.t...)
American Genocide Reconciled Thru Football [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis of controversy surrounding the use of the #Redskins slur as the name of an #NFL team name: http://www.thesociologicalcinema.com/1/post/2013/11/racism-in-the-nations-capital-and-a-lesson-from-south-park.html]
American Genocide Reconciled Thru Football [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis of controversy surrounding the use of the #Redskins slur as the name of an #NFL team name: www.thesociologic...]
Understanding Racism 101
From Codeswitch: The Questions People Get Asked About Their Race | Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian (N.A.H.)
4 myths about sex and women that prop up the new misogyny
The Throne Within: If it's a despot you would dethrone, see first that his throne erected within you is destroyed. - Kahlil Gibran www.rlmarts.com/ Ricardo Levins Morales - Art for Social Justice
“Environmental Justice” was an image created by Ricardo Levins Morales for the Northland Poster Collective. “For thirty years, Northland Poster Collective was an activist art organization and business devoted to using art in support of organizing, education and movement building.” Although the Northland Poster Collective has closed its doors, Morales continues the fight on his own website dedicated to social justice art (http://www.rlmarts.com/). This is the fourth inst
“Environmental Justice” was an image created by Ricardo Levins Morales for the Northland Poster Collective.(http://www.rlmarts.com/). Yes! Yes! Yes! To environmental justice--it's not about hugging trees, it's about providing our children with the health, resources, and world to thrive.
The fact that over 45 years have passed since the Equal Pay Act was signed and women still face unfair pay shows that discrimination is aliv...
Costco is successful while giving living conditions to their workers. Fair pay doesn't destroy companies, but greed destroys society.
27 Male Survivors Of Sexual Assault Quoting The People Who Attacked Them
"I don't see color." Which means I also deny having white privilege. [follow this link to find a short clip and analysis on color-blind race logics: www.thesociologic...]
"There is an income gap in America, but just as important is a compassion gap. Plenty of successful people see a picture of a needy child and their first impulse is not to help but to reproach," writes Nicholas Kristof. Read his column and let us know if you agree about the tendency to sometimes "blame poverty on the poor, to confuse economic difficulties with moral failures, to muddle financial lapses with ethical ones."
The Compassion Gap--picture links to Nicholas Kristof recent column in which he asks why so many readers when faced with this picture saw an obese, lazy woman, who wasted her money on tattoos, instead of a loving, attentive mother who is working hard to provide for her child.