I worked with a group of friends on Fund Justice, a tool for browsing organizations, fundraisers, Black-owned businesses, and bail funds around the US. There are decent amount of organizations listed, but we've also included a way to submit a new fund via Google Form. We hope that by presenting a simplified browsing experience, you will save time and commit to other forms of activism and allyship.
A podcast & printable list of Portland, OR area social justice activist events that comes out on Fridays at 5pm Pacific time and is updated way too often.
Announcing the 2017 Civic Games contest, a design competition for analog games that seek to promote the understanding and/or practice of good citizenship! [more inside]
Race Invaders is a podcast hosted by myself and my friend Tim Yang, in which we discuss social justice, politics, culture, and probably more geek shit than is necessary, but we like it. [more inside]
Ever since the election, I have been obsessed with the possible reasons that many white American women voted for Trump, and the reasons that many white American feminists continue to not support measures that would be beneficial for queer women and women of color. This essay is the result of that obsession.
Everything about #GamerGate has been, as mefi would say, super inside baseball, so I set up a website to show everyone what misogynist crap they're currently doing and stuck a blog on the back with brief summaries and links to people who have covered it more in depth. It's very inspired by single-serve sites even though I've added a lot more to it by now. About the project.
I started one of those blogs people have where they write about all the stuff they care about. Topics include, among other things: social justice and feminism, video games (especially Dragon Age) and menstruation. Also, there are jokes. [more inside]
This is a blog about privilege and how to spend it.