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In this episode, we explore whether the man box comes into play when women are attacked for scientific accomplishments. Sam joins the podcast again and we discover common threads among the topics we've tackled this season. We end with a challenge that everyone can take on. Resources in this episode: Katie Bouman talk at Stanford (https://talks.stanford.edu/katie-bouman-imaging-a-black-hole-with-the-event-horizon-telescope/) Jason Duaine Hahn, People.com, “Male Scientist Claps Back at Trolls Who Tried to Discredit Female Colleague's Role in Black Hole Photo.” (https://people.com/human-interest/male-scientist-claps-back-trolls-discredit-katie-bouman/) Cara Curtis, Science, "The Internet Idiots Are Already Trying to Discredit Katie Bouman's Historic Accomplishments." (https://thenextweb.com/science/2019/04/12/the-internets-idiots-are-already-trying-to-discredit-katie-boumans-historic-accomplishments/) Rosalind C. Barnett and Caryl Rivers, Recode, “We’ve studied gender and STEM for 25 years. The science doesn’t support the Google memo.” (https://www.recode.net/2017/8/11/16127992/google-engineer-memo-research-science-women-biology-tech-james-damore) Better Allies email (https://betterallies.com) NY Times email - In Her Words (https://www.nytimes.com/series/in-her-words) Fortune’s email The Broadsheet (http://fortune.com/newsletter/broadsheet/)

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