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Episode Info: In Vino Fabulum! In Wine, Story!Find the #InVinoFab podcast on Stitcher, Google Play, Spotify, & Apple PodcastsTo subscribe and listen to the next episode of #InVinoFab on: https://invinofab.transistor.fm/subscribe https://twitter.com/invinofab with hashtag: #InVinoFabhttps://www.instagram.com/invinofab/ Email us to be a guest or share a topic suggestion? invinofabulum@gmail.com Connect with your co-hosts on Twitter:https://twitter.com/laurapasquini (she/her)https://twitter.com/profpatrice (she/her)----There’s been a bit of radio silence from us on the #InVinoFab for a while, and that’s been intentional. We wanted to spend the last month listening, learning, and unlearning -- so you didn’t need to hear from us. Both Patrice & Laura want to make space and amplify other voices. We can learn so much from others and we want to be candid in how we show up and look at “feminism” more broadly in our personal and professional lives. A few reflection questions we are thinking of these days: What memories do you have about what your family taught you about diversity? What childhood experiences did you have with people of different cultures? What does it mean to think of feminism when it is paired with gender identity, sexual orientation, class, race, economics, culture, and more?  How are you thinking about equity and inclusion lately?  What are you doing to impact or change any privilege you might possess?  “A revolution is not a one time event.” Audrey Lorde, Sister Outsider#InVinoFab recommendations to watch, read, or listen to:Showing Up for Racial Justice - join, get connected to a chapter or donate!White Feminism White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo (Read this Essay) How to Survive [Navigate] Intersectional Feminist Spaces 101 Sister Outsider by Audrey Lorde Me and White Supremacy by Layla F. Saad 13th by Ava Duvernay (documentary) Podcasts or episodes to listen to:Women at Work: S.2, Ep. 10: Sisterhood Is Power Women at Work: S.5, Ep. 9: Sisterhood Is Critical to Racial Justice  1619 Podcast from New York Times Code Switch via NPR TED Talks: Understanding Racism in AmericaHow to talk about politics and race in the workplace http://pca.st/sv2k4j8p #ShutDownAcademia #ShutDownSTEM Resources https://www.shutdownstem.com/resources Do you want to join us for a future episode to discuss any of the above? Let us know -- we want to hear from you! ...
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