Hi everyone. I read things. Perhaps you may find them interesting?
Do You Know About Action T4? The Erasure Of Disabled People From The Holocaust Narrative, And Why It Matters Today (Granite and Sunlight)- This is a very important bit of history, and we must remember it.
How likely is an all-male speakers list, statistically speaking? A mathematician weighs in. (Lauren Bacon/Greg Martin)- This is a beautiful little bit of maths, and confirms what a lot of us suspected.
I am not here to inspire you. (stars & spirals)- Following a post that went viral, Becca examines being seen as an inspirational disabled person.
From #BlackLivesMatter to Anti-Austerity: Women of Colour and the Politics of Solidarity (Akwugo Emejulu)- What women of colour are doing, and how they are shut down in white-dominated spaces.
Black Girl Down… and Up (Prison Culture)- Concise piece on the violence Black girls face.
The Feynman Lectures on Physics, The Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Now Completely Online (Open Culture)- Free seminal physics, everyone!!!!!!
Why I call my son ‘he’, against my better judgement (Dorian Stripe)- On the difficulties of raising a child outside of societal obsession with assigned sex.
I don’t need fire safety talks (Barty Bantbrose)- A humorous take on the whole George Lawlor thing.
If Germaine Greer’s views were radical, this transgender woman wouldn’t have been sent to a men’s prison (Ella Griffiths)- Shit that shouldn’t need saying, said well.
And finally, even though it isn’t Halloween any more, have a bat cat.
3 thoughts on “Things I read”
Just wondering, is Action T4 not covered in second-level history in the UK or is it just one of those things that people read about, answer questions on, and then forget?
(I’m from Ireland and we did cover it but in less detail than Jewish aspects of the Holocaust)
I definitely remember it coming up during my GCSE History, as well as the genocides of gay people and Romani, although the primary focus was on Jews.
The main reason I remember this is because Channel 4’s weekend morning show targeting young people was called T4, and I thought “well that’s a fucked up choice, I wonder if THEY knew about this”.
Yeah, probably much the same as here, then. I wonder how many of my classmates remember it.