Today, NationBuilder (former host of my website, former employer of my husband) lost its email function for a few hours. Why? Because someone at its email service provider, SendGrid, had dared call out sexism at a tech conference. The guy making sexual jokes was fired by his employer. Then hackers attacked SendGrid in retribution, and…Read more »
I recently visited LA’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)’s Land Art and Cai Guo-Qiang exhibits. Loved “Liverpool Beach Burial” by Keith Arnatt (1968).
In “5 Priniciples of Global Feminist Philanthropy” in this summer’s Responsive Philanthropy, Caitlin Stanton (Global Fund for Women), Esther Lever (MamaCash), and I ask: What does global feminist grantmaking look like? How can feminist practices strengthen the reach, strategic collaboration, and impact of making grants? How can we do better as members of women’s movements and advocates for bigger…Read more »
“There is a thin line between raising money for a good cause and using a good cause to raise money.” This is a blog post I wrote for Breast Cancer Action. On February 1st, many of us lost our faith in the Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Komen had just pulled its funding for Planned…Read more »