MIT My Sister's Keeper and Moya Bailey in conversation
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 | 6 PM EDT | Online
A virtual fireside chat
Prof. Moya Bailey coined the term misogynoir, the anti-Black racist misogyny that Black women experience.
Join MIT My Sister's Keeper in a discussion of misogynoir in our current political context, from Covid-19 to Black Lives Matter.
Moya Bailey (2020-2021 MIT MLK Visiting Professor) is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Northeastern University. Bailey is a scholar of critical race, feminist, and disability studies. Her co-authored book, #HashtagActivism: Networks of Race and Gender Justice was released on MIT Press in 2020. She currently curates the #transformDH Tumblr initiative in Digital Humanities. She is also the digital alchemist for the Octavia E. Butler Legacy Network.
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Wed 10/14 at 6pm. Prof. Moya Bailey, joining WGS from Northeastern for this year, coined the term misogynoir, the anti-Black racist misogyny that Black women experience. My Sister's Keeper members are invited to join a virtual fireside chat with Prof. Bailey discussing misogynoir in our current political context from Covid-19 to Black Lives Matter. ZOOM ID: 91618959093 #thisisMIT