Shannon Weber, Ph.D is the author of Activists Assemble: We Are All Equal! (2021), Feminism in Minutes (2019), and more. A former gender studies professor, she writes about U.S. politics, social movements, history, intersectional feminism, and spirituality. Shannon also serves as the Editorial and Social Media Manager for digital media platform The Body Is Not An Apology. Say hi on Twitter @ShannonWeberPhD and Instagram @shannonweberwrites!
A strange combination of top 40, Loreena McKennitt, Scottish bagpipe music, and what used to be top 40 from 1997-1999.
Lately, copious amounts of British people baking with understated wit, camaraderie, and self-deprecating humility. Also waiting for Derry Girls and Outlander to come back. Historically I've been known to prefer supernatural horror, psychological thrillers, and so many dramas with strong female leads.
Pam Grossman's Waking the Witch. Resmaa Menakem's My Grandmother's Hands. Way too many digital articles about electoral politics and constitutional crisis.