Art as memorial for a better present and future, not reverence for a violent and dark past.
“By failing to alert mothers to such risks, the study found, nurses may be missing an opportunity to help reduce the maternal mortality rate in the U.S., the highest among affluent nations.”
White supremacy is so deep that you may not have even known to look for it in the history that led up to your most recent visit with a gynecologist.
Now arriving at Gilead.
‘Hatred of women’ is a strong way to put it, but maybe it’s necessary to start stating it if “sexism” and “misogyny” don’t carry the connotation to convey how the lives, freedoms, and well-being of women have always been threatened, …
Turns out that just as with the phenomenon of street harassment, the language of street harassment is pretty consistent across the country.
Check your racism at work by considering how you treat black women at work.
“We need to remember that white women are part of white supremacy, too.”
“Do we really believe the men holding torches in these photographs live in some sort of single-gendered society, or that the women they interact with hold no sway in their communities?”
“White women have always played a role in propping up white supremacy and toxic masculinity.”