Highlighting the ways science fails to be inclusive and equitable is important. But we can’t do that at the expense of highlighting the amazing work women and minorities have put in to make it better. Anyway, it’s me for !
"Yes, Being a #WomaninScience Is Hard. That’s Why We’re Trying to Change It." by #womeninscience #womeninstem #phdchat #ecrchat
Last year, I wrote about the importance of highlighting the change makers in STEM, who are working to make our institutions more equitable and just for scientists in the making. So in honor of #IWD2019, here are some orgs you can amplify + support!
Excellent piece by of 500WS! “We know there is work to be done to make science a more equitable and just enterprise. So we’re doing it.” #WomeninScience
"the important work of representation is done without compensation, recognition, or reward, often by the underrepresented groups who are already penalized by the current system, and is subject to mockery or dismissed as a frivolous hobby."
Boom! does it again. She slays with this article about #womeninstem. Do yourself a favor and read it💪🏼.
"Yes, we are scientists who work under a system that wasn’t built for us. But we’re also organizers, advocates, and each other’s allies." - #WomenInSTEM
"we are scientists who work under a system that wasn’t built for us. But we’re also organizers, advocates, and each other’s allies": via
Yes, women in science work under a system that wasn’t built for us. But we’re also organizers: via
"We know there is work to be done to make science a more equitable and just enterprise. So we’re doing it." 👏👏👏 via #womeninSTEM #WomeninScience
Yes, Being a Woman in Science Is Hard. That’s Why We’re Trying to Change It.
“We know there is work to be done to make science a more equitable and just enterprise. So we’re doing it.”
"Spotlighting injustice while ignoring the solutions we put forward erases our agency." NAILED IT, . #womeninSTEM #DiversityInSTEM
Yes, Being a Woman in Science Is Hard. That’s Why We’re Trying to Change It. #WomeninScience