Offered through the Gina Davis Institute on Gender in Media< may 26th. AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY: THE EVOLUTION OF GRACE LEE BOGGS -See Jane Influencer Screening and Q&A with Filmmaker Grace Lee- May 26th. In celebration of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. A fireside chat with Director Grace … Continue reading The View from a Small Island: Asian American Film Director interviewed
After 15 years in the tech industry, I think little has changed in attitudes and perceptions and I left the industry 15 years ago. So how are we doing? Each year TrustRadius publishes an annual report. I checked out the website--it has the 'Good Housekeeping' seal of approval! In the report, you will find a … Continue reading A Pandemic and Women’s Role in Tech
“Winning a conviction against a police officer rarely happens.” (highlights from National Public Radio’s All Things Considered) This week the trial of Derek Chauvin began and NPR’ All Things Considered ran a brief commentary which attempts to clarify issues but fails to fully explore and explain why convictions are so rare. The topic is too … Continue reading The View from a Small Island: Update to our earlier post on Policing in U.S.
If you are not reading the 'See Jane Series' I hope this post will introduce you to the Genna Davis Institute on Gender in the Media. Here is a teaser to this article By: Mary Ellen Holden On this International Women’s Day, we spotlight Hannah Young, a seasoned diplomat with the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development … Continue reading Women in Stem from the ‘See Jane’ Series
I was laid low by the second shot of the Moderna vaccine. With a sore arm and flu-like symptoms, while sleeping the better part of three days, I lost interest in food or friends—I could not stay awake. Moderna vaccine, while protecting me from Covid 19 closed the door to my usual ‘I live to … Continue reading The View from a Small Island: What We Learned from a Pandemic and Political Upheaval