- The ‘Five Horsemen’ Of Wikipedia Paid The Price For Getting Between Trolls And Their Victims | ThinkProgress (March 6): “Wikipedia was at a crossroads, with volunteer editors fighting incessantly and suffering harassment on and off the site, but the community’s structure, which prizes anonymity and neutrality above all else, didn’t allow for a top-down condemnation of abusive behavior.”
- Inspire Campaign to fund new gender diversity initiatives | Wikimedia blog (March 4): “Complex issues require collective action. Do you have an idea to increase gender diversity in Wikimedia projects? From now until March 31st, Wikimedia’s Inspire Campaign is looking for proposals to address gender issues on projects like Wikipedia.”
- Female Company President: “I’m sorry to all the mothers I worked with” | Fortune (March 3): “I’m now looking for more Cathys to join PowerToFly because I know they can manage households, multiple schedules and very high business goals.”
- Alterconf: How a Conference on Diversity Made Me Feel Uncomfortable | by @donpottinger (March 5): “As Juwan Platt stated in his talk, “No one grows in a comfort zone.””
- “Things to Come” (Transcript) by Aaron Bady | Jalada (January 15): “Panel Conversation on Afro-futrism between Nnedi Okorafor and Sofia Samatar”
- #FilmHerStory: 10 Female Biopics That Desperately Need to Happen | Flavorwire (March 4): “#Filmherstory, a new Twitter hashtag started by female critics and filmmakers Lexi Alexander, Miriam Bale, Shaula Evans, and Cat Cooper, is providing a nice counterbalance to the ever-boring narrative of the biopic about a white guy who did something by highlighting a range of women across eras, countries, and ethnicities who led incredible lives”
- InnerSpace: Geeky Feminism | YouTube (March 6): “With more geek girls self-identifying as feminists – the genre world is quickly changing. Teddy investigates this movement.”
- My Patron Saints of Black Girl Geekdom | The Black Feminist Geek (January 2): “These are the characters whose stories have meant the most to me and who I clung to during a rocky adolescence. Their images would be preserved in the stained glass windows of my black girl nerd temple if I had one.”
- Coding Like a Girl | Medium (March 5): Text of a talk about presenting as feminine, originally given at AlterConf in Oakland
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