Monthly Archives: July 2010

Beloved Cuba

As many of you may know, I have traveled to Cuba to protest the US Embargo that is stifling their economy because we are violating their human rights preventing them from accessing essential resources. In short, I’m glad to see there’s a petition out there for us to get involved in ending this archaic legislation. […]

Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Pippa Norris and Female Experts

I was reading the NPR ombudsman blog recently and there was a post about the lack of female experts and sources on NPR, supposedly the last bastion of objectivity and impartiality in the media which (unfortunately) means progressive these days. I’ve added a few links on the side for those regular readers who are keeping […]

Rehashing Women’s Studies

I added a new link to the side: Sociologists for Women in Society. They’ve issued a report card grading gender parity in academic departments and scholarship at the nation’s universities. Additionally, they note the worst abusers. Check out the report, it is a good read.