On this episode, we turn our feminist gaze to public and active transportation, exploring the role of transportation in our lives and why it deserves feminist critique. First we hear from illustrator and community advocate Serena Tang about how she got interested in walkability and bikability. Then we hear from Anna Ho, co-founder of Paths for People, an organization that advocates for safe active transportation. Finally, we hear from visual artist Carla Rae Taylor about a public mural she painted in Edmonton’s Churchill Station that honours missing and murdered Indigenous women.
- Ms. Magazine is counting down their list of the top 100 feminist non-fiction books. If you’re looking for something to read, start at 100-91 and follow the links on their site to move down the list.
- A disability back to school guide is posted over at Shameless for those looking for some guidance on how to do post-secondary with a disability.
- A letter to college men on how to get laid without being a jerk/rapist/etc. Might be a helpful read for someone in your life!