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็•ช่Œ„็‚’่›‹ ๐Ÿ˜ท Nov 9
Replying to @tomatofriedegg
make your war crimes 2k19
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CREA 22h
For a number of years now, and in many contexts, & womenโ€™s rights advocates have been talking together about the sensitive issues of & prenatal testing. With beginning this week, here's an read -
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Barr al Aman - Research - Media Nov 9
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Michael Letwin 12h
Jonathan Cook, journalist: If this dystopian future continues to unfold, New York, London, Berlin and Paris will increasingly look like Nablus,...
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Dr. Zahra Zeinali Nov 9
3 reasons why is and rocks! 1. Daycare center for attending with their young children (children not in picture out of respect for privacy) 2. Sign language interpreter for participants with 3. Designated space to pray for
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Hector Moran Nov 4
Replying to @HMoran219
theoretical approaches are needed when working with minority populations with numerous co-occurring identities
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Navanita Nov 3
1902 non-indigenous ๐Ÿšบ could vote but not Indigenous Australians. They got that right 6 decades later! tok tok matters!
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MissSlay Nov 8
This teacher, who doubles as a student, who doubles as an artist, is doing a GIVEAWAY๐ŸŽ‰ No cost entry to try to win a hoodie, resin art & free bling! Link to giveaway below!
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ERC SKILLNET Nov 6
Proud of office-mate Marijke Huisman of , at the presentation (in a sold-out concert hall) of her history of 's book shop . Congrats also to co-authors, including former students of and !
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Carolyn Van โšก Nov 8
What we offer, share, contribute has always been . It just has not been acknowledged or respected until or unless we identify w/ the term "intersectional". We have always been many. It is about/been time for our knowledge on everything to be shaped this way.
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Women's Initiative Edmonton Nov 4
Why we need feminism. Until we all have the same race to run...
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(Dr) Rebekah Vince Nov 5
. advocates an approach, taking into account 'multiplicity, plurality, and multidirectionality', as an alternative to 'disciplinary' or 'supersessionist' thinking
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Lily LM, PhD Nov 8
Great training opportunity for advanced students focusing on and research methods!
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Mara Mihailescu Nov 6
Replying to @maramihaile
We're calling for more research utilizing and approaches and program evaluations assessing the effectiveness of interventions aiming to improve physician mental health.
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XR Slough ๐ŸŒโœŠ๐Ÿฟ๐ŸŒŽโœŠ๐Ÿฝ๐ŸŒโœŠ๐Ÿป Nov 4
Replying to @XRSlough
20/20. And that's it! Please spread the word & let us know your thoughts & criticisms as well as any recommendations for further books to add to the library ๐Ÿ˜Š. With love, XR Slough ๐Ÿ’›โœŠ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’›
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Dilara Kiran Nov 3
Replying to @dvmphd2be
I am SO grateful for the conversations happening on this thread and I hope they can continue to be respectful and enlightening. I am certainly still learning about how to be mindful of and have conversations surrounding the identities of those in academia (11/n)
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QueerSCV Nov 10
Thanks to Nicole, Sarah, and Natalie for the pictures of yesterday's hike. And thanks to everyone who attended ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ . . . โ€ฆ
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Prof. J & Dr. Q Nov 6
Maggie was interviewed by Alyaa Abo Shahba at Popular Science and shared some themes in with the hopes of connecting our work to international audiences. feminism sleep
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Philip Luther-Davies Nov 4
'This game of what I call โ€œexistential exceptionalismโ€ is a losing one. ... It serves only to divorce the environmental movement from a much bigger โ€œarc of history.โ€' h/t is
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Janni Feminist Educator  Aragon Nov 10
I like my strong, like I like my and politics books. HT to Doing some reading in
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