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A screenshot of The Nation's article on Toxic Twitter Feminism as it appears on their website. A tiny magazine in the top corner shows that this article was on the front page of the print subscription.
Form by Suey Park & David J. Leonard on February 3rd, 2014
Call-out culture, gentrification on social media and the politics of feminist discourse online.
Elly Blue, the author of this piece, posing with a handful of issues of Taking the Lane, her zine about bicycling and feminism. Blue is grinning. In the background a sign for her publishing company is taped to a cinderblock wall.
Form by Elly Blue on February 3rd, 2014
Writing, Organizing and Distributing Community Zines
A large statue of Sir Arthur Doughty, taken to show the statue's full profile. Doughty sits on a chair, wearing a long flowing robe and dress shoes. The chair is on top of a large, decorative square cement pedestal, with this quote inscribed on the side: Of all national assets, archives are the most precious: they are the gift of one generation to another and the extent of our care of them marks the extent of our civilization. The Canadian Archives and Its Activities, Arthur G. Doughty. A paper sign is curled around his feet, placed by archivists and supporters, that reads: Save the National Archival Development Program.
Form by Misty De Meo on February 3rd, 2014
History, archives and the problem with treating every problem as a tech problem.
Four LPFI students sit around a square black table covered with science equipment, including a holder for vials and a glass of water. The students are all wearing white lab coats and white gloves, and looking intently at the materials.
Form by Jarvis Sulcer on February 3rd, 2014
Model View Culture talks to Dr. Jarvis Sulcer, Executive Director of the LPFI.
Detail view of Rowe's 'Learning Feminine: sister' piece, showing a white art gallery wall, with three pink picture frames. The frames are filled with pink silicon, and a variety of ponytails and hair are hanging down from the frames to be styled by the visitor to the gallery.
Form by The Editor on February 3rd, 2014
Botticelli, 26 pairs of panties, hundreds of broken tea cups and challenging what it means to be feminine.
Mark Zuckerberg was Time's 2010 Person of the Year.
State by Kortney Ziegler on January 13th, 2014
The Zuckerberg analogy avoids the looming issue of systemic discrimination.
Early Facebook Profile of the Author
State by Kate Losse on January 13th, 2014
Surveillance, Power, and Gender
Thumbnail of a cartoon on founder risk that says 'white male founders' with arrows emerging from it.
State by Amelia Greenhall on January 13th, 2014
When money flows from white male VCs to white male founders, then down to white male employees, what kinds of risks are really involved?
Tweet that reads 'I asked people who had reported harassment or assault to their employer to tell me what happened after. 23 of 25 were fired within 3 months.' by user ashedryden.
State by Ashe Dryden on January 13th, 2014
Many see the critiques of tech culture and get defensive, not realizing this is a compassionate act.
Critical text on panopticism is relevant to the discussion of the relationship between today's tech employers and their employees.
State by Shanley Kane on January 13th, 2014
How tech companies claim employees’ identities and speech through direct economic coercion.