Julie Zeilinger

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Vulnerable Visibility and Why Girls Can’t Code — The Weekly reFRESH

"Cultural sexism in the world is very real when you’ve lived on both sides of the coin."

This week, we’re crushing on Amandla Stenberg, listening to the best playlist to a book ever created, and learning about what trans people actually do in bathrooms. (Psst: what everyone else does.) What we’re reading/watching:  We could not be more obsessed with this #StarringConstanceWu hashtag that imagines the “Fresh Off The Boat” star in top Hollywood films. […]

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Dirty debates and the dark side of comments — The Weekly reFRESH

Photo via Justin Sullivan/2016 Getty Images Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re reading about the nasty in last night’s debate, a new version of fatherhood, and why the pay gap problem begins in middle school. What we’ve been checking out… Did you watch the Democratic primary debate last night? Rebecca Traister on how the competition […]

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Culinary colonialism and #BlackGirlIsAVerb–The Weekly reFRESH

Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing a new vernacular where Black girl is a verb, a question about who gets to lead the conversation on “culinary colonialism,”  and the limitations of visibility politics for trans* folks. What we’ve been checking out… These up-and-coming activists–all of whom boldly live their truths–inspire and excite us for the future. […]

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How does one design equity? — The Weekly reFRESH

Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing the way Chicago got under Trump’s skin, what happens when you remove all men from political images, and a young college student who made the institution of debate debatable. What we’ve been checking out… Misty Copeland and Barack Obama talk candidly about role models, activism, and systemic […]

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Urban acupuncture and engineers’ isolation — The Weekly reFRESH

Edited by Mara Meyers This week we’re sharing a TED talk on girlhood and bravery by one of our own speakers, how a building is re-envisioning architecture for the blind, and a new political player to look out for in the election. What we’ve been checking out… A roundtable with black women engineers in the […]

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