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Nov 25, 2020 • 10 tweets • 11 min read
.@KathyMagrobi says a number of people chose to take part in the roundtable anonymously - shows the fear they had of the structures they work in. (The roundtable asked a number of women journos about their newsroom experieneces). #SOTN#SOTN2020@KathyMagrobi Alan Finlay asks @brodiegal about demographics of ownwership structures - looking good in racial parity, but not so much in gender. #SOTN#SOTN2020
Our #QuoteThisWoman+ database has close-on 300 voices now - and a significant number of our wonderful women are able to contribute to the debates around #YouthDay. Here's a list (thread)...
Prof Deevia Bhana's research focuses on gender, sexuality, race, class, culture and childhood and takes in poverty, wealth, violence and inequalities. She is Professor in Gender and Childhood Sexuality at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Jun 12, 2020 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
We're a bit late in celebrating #WorldOceansDay2020. ☺️But it is never too late to celebrate the voices on our database. May we introduce some of our experts on oceans and related matters? (Thread)
Victoria Ndinelago Erasmus is a marine scientist who has done extensive research on feeding ecology, reproduction strategies, age and growth, and effects of mercury as a contaminant of deepwater fish species.
Apr 5, 2019 • 12 tweets • 6 min read
At #QuoteThisWoman, we are working to get women’s voices heard in the media. And we’ve been debating a question: does excluding women amount to #fakenews? Thread follows… #HearUsSeeUs
Every day, media managers/journos make choices about what will and what will not make news – choices affected by their conscious and unconscious beliefs about where women should be in society. #HearUsSeeUs