Education: tests, blogs, and resources

in progress! please send us any suggestions you may have

special thanks to one of our members, Bianca Field, for helping organize all of the awesome suggestions our members recommended!

Test yourself! take the implicit bias test(s) from Harvard

Great blogs to start educating yourself:

Great pieces on the obstacles facing women in STEM:

Rockefeller thoughts on women in science:

Advice specifically for men:

Advice for women (but also helpful for men!):

Blogs featuring successful women:

How to identify ‘common sexism’:

Donald Trump just gave a master class on how to get away with sexism. “Step 1: Claim that the complaint is an exaggeration in order to imply that the complainant can’t be trusted…Step 2: Dismiss demands for respect and equality as mere ‘political correctness’…Step 3: Insist that this complaint is too minor to bother with when there are more important things to worry about…Step 4: Say it was just ‘fun’…Step 5: Pretend the complaint is really just about personal animosity.”

Video:

  • We Should All Be Feminists A TEDx talk from the amazing Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, which she has since turned into a book and was featured in Beyonce’s ‘Flawless

 

think we missed something? send us your recommendations! wiser(at)rockefeller.edu

 

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