This past week saw the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in the U.S. While the nation mourned, many people of color could not forget the violence and Islamophobia that emerged #afterSeptember11.
This week, we were overwhelmed with cuteness by these pictures of John Boyega being force-choked by a mini-Vader, among other things.
Previously in PoC News, we’ve taken time to parse out the uprisings in Ferguson and Baltimore as an act of solidarity. We’ve highlighted the work of other writers as they make sense of the history of violence and oppression in the U.S. In light of the tragic events in Charleston, S.C., we bring you another […]
We have another video heavy article this week. Let’s get to it!
Here’s what to read when you’re on a conference call this week:
Today marks the end of the first season of internet sensation podcast, Serial.
Welcome to the ladyblogosphere, where everyone is trying to be the next big thing.
Saturday marks the beginning of NaNoWriMo, and it seems like a lot of ideas are in progress and about to be bravely crafted and thrust out into the world (whether your world means the secret between you and your laptop, a self published ebook or crowdsourcing ideas through Archive of Our Own).
We’re falling for Dispatches this week.
So much to read!
All the news that Ladyblogland found interesting this past week.
I wish we didn’t publish as early as we did because last Sunday was a busy day for news!
Another week of some dramatic highs and lows in pop culture, news, and media — so let’s get to it!
It’s been several weeks since the tragic murder of Michael Brown and in light of those events, it’s important to acknowledge how intersectionality of identities complicate the dominant news discourse and that yes, we should still be angry about the miscarriage of justice in Ferguson.
[Original publication date: Nov. 16, 2011] In response to my Ask a Nerd post, Lucia asked: I have a science question that is very unpopular. I do not mean to be offensive, I really do want a good scientific answer to understand these ideas. So, here goes”: Is there a genetic basis for racial differences?