A “dyed-in-the-wool internet geek,” Leslie Jones looked at black feminism and social media in her sociology doctoral dissertation in the School of Arts and Sciences. “Black female influencers on Twitter cannot readily point to letters after their name or a university affiliation to give their arguments weight,” said Jones. “They have legitimization through their own experiences.”
Please join us for an event on how we can work to improve diversity in the biosciences next Friday, December 8 from 4-6 p.m. in the BRB auditorium. After a short introductions with key terms and concepts, there will be a panel discussion by Dr. Eve Higginbotham, Dr. Arnaldo Diaz, and Dr. Dondra Bailey. Light refreshments will be served after the event.
If you plan to attend, please RSVP HERE . Thank you!
Are you looking to get more involved with GAPSA? Do you have a passion for equity and access?
GAPSA is looking for a passionate, effective student to serve on GAPSA's Executive Board as Chair for Equity and Access.