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Quem tem medo da Filosofia?

Quem tem medo da Filosofia?

Quem tem medo da Filosofia?

This Woman Was Told Her Outfit Was Unprofessional, So She Goes To Work... In Cosplay!

This Woman Was Told Her Outfit Was Unprofessional, So She Goes To Work... In Cosplay!

This Woman Was Told Her Outfit Was Unprofessional, So She Goes To Work. In Cosplay! - The hilarious part is how beautifully she handled it, NOT the unprofessionalism of the boss. This woman is my HERO.

"We especially need imagination in science. It is not all mathematics, nor all logic, but somewhat beauty and poetry." ~Pioneering Astronomer Maria Mitchell on Science and Life: Timeless Wisdom from Her Diaries | Brain Pickings

Pioneering Astronomer Maria Mitchell on Science and Life: Timeless Wisdom from Her Diaries

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” Microaggressions are small forms of discrimination – which may make you wonder if you or other people are just being too sensitive when microaggressions hurt. This comic puts that theory to rest.

Yay for our foremothers (is that a word?) Alice Duer Miller! This baller piece of old-school Americana comes via @iRevolt. My favorite: "Because if men should adopt peaceable methods women will no longer look up to them." Zing.

Feminist Satire From 1915 Declares That Men Are Too Emotional To Vote

Turns out it wasn't just a dream! Colorlines shows you how to fight racism while you're awake!

If You Can Do Just One Of These Daily Tasks, Then You're Officially A Superhero In Training

The Straight, Ablebodied, Rich, White Man’s Burden

Privilege is invisible to those who have it unless they make a conscious effort to look for it. That's why this happens: The Straight, Ablebodied, Rich, White Man’s Burden.

The price of inequality remains a deadweight drag on our economy.  Other countries are doing far better.

Chart of the day: the price of inequality. Comparison of Japan, Sweden, Germany, France, UK & USA on specific benchmarked areas of development and equality.

Anzaldua lived in two different cultures that were in opposition of her identity. Going through the American school system, she was taught that she needed to become “more white” and not only stop speaking Spanish, but also lose her accent. Among Chicanos, she was silenced for being a woman.  Men were the ones who were allowed to talk as much as they pleased. Anzaldua’s work fights against these prejudices, and she accomplished a great deal for both feminism and Chicano studies.

White privilege: ‘Like asking a fish to notice the water’

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