Samhita Mukhopadhyay

Weekly Round Up: Sports Camp Redux!

The Sierra Club confers its highest honor, the John Muir Award, upon the “Father of Environmental Justice,” Dr. Robert Bullard, to whom we offer our enthusiastic congratulations.  Possibly the first African American to receive this award, Bullard notes, “it is highly unlikely that I could have been a member of the Sierra Club in my […]

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Who’s in the news…

The Christian Science Monitor does an interview with Tim Riley… Watch David Goldfield talk about “America Aflame” on cspan… Jessica Valenti and Samhita Mukhopadhyay are featured in the New York Post… The latest article by Rinku Sen for Colorlines…  Stephanie Coontz writes “Women in the Obama White House: sexism and progress” for CNN..

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Who’s in the news…

Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson discusses “The Future of the Space Program” and “Manhattanhenge“…   “Do Americans Really Have to Chose Between Health and Energy?”  See the comment for Dr. Robert Bullard in the Huffington Post…    Samhita Mukhopadhyay participated in the highly successful Women’s World: Breaking Ground…  In These Times, features Susan J. Douglas – “Bachmann-Media

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New Speaker: Samhita Mukhopadhyay

Jodi Solomon Speakers Bureau is thrilled to welcome Samhita Mukhopadhyay to our speaking roster!Mukhopadhyay is an activist, writer, technologist and was recently named Executive Editor of Feministing.com. Besides her work at Feministing, Mukhopadhyay has written for multiple media outlets, including New American Media, Wiretap, Colorlines, The Nation and The American Prospect. She speaks on race, media, technology

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