I'm gonna be defending my dissertation prospectus in 3 weeks or so, if all goes well, and my attention is trying to be pretty laser-focused on that right now.
but I said I'd blog all these days in November, so I'm throwing this together for us today: a link to a 46-part twitter-essay. it is full of advice on being not just a less prejudiced human (which is an alright if somewhat weak-sauce goal, of course), but on being actively anti-bigotry, anti-racist, anti-prejudice. seriously, the whole threaded-together twittery thing is worth reading.
37/ You know that “virtue is its own reward” thing? Yeah, that’s cause virtue has no other rewards. Doing what’s right mostly sucks.— Jenny@ReadingtheEnd (@readingtheend) November 10, 2016
there are lots of complete strangers-to-me saying all kinds of things on twitter. not all of it is understandable or moving or useful. but this 46-part twitter-essay was all those things for me today, and so I thank the feminist blogger who took the time to write it.