Labhopping

is creating Feminist Science Media in India to fight gender disparity.

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Consciousness Raiser
$3
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Thank you for turning up for gender equality in Indian STE(A)M.

All contributors receive our 2020-21 Indian Women-in-Science Calendar (mobile-friendly jpegs and the print-ready desktop version) directly to their inbox. :)
Solidarit-aire
$5
per month
There has historically been a dearth of role models from other genders. TLoS hopes to correct it! Thank you for contributing to our cause.  
 
  
Our coordinator will send you a personalised thank you note! :)

Note: All contributors receive our 2020-21 Indian Women-in-Science Calendar (mobile-friendly jpegs and the print-ready desktop version) directly to their inbox. :)
Equality Warrior
$10
per month
Indian women are underrepresented in many STE(A)M fields. Some more than others. Thank you for joining our fight for equal opportunities for all genders.
  
We send our monthly newsletter with updates on the status of feminism in STE(A)M to your inbox. :D

Note: All contributors receive our 2020-21 Indian Women-in-Science Calendar (mobile-friendly jpegs and the print-ready desktop version) directly to their inbox. :)

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About

TheLifeofScience.com collective is a feminist science media platform that aims to inform, educate and responsibly report on the intersection of gender and STE(A)M in India. As we forge a new road towards lobbying for gender parity in STEM, familiar sources of information -- articlescalendars and comics, become our tools for advocating for the same.
 
TheLifeofScience.com project follows two science writers, Aashima Dogra and Nandita Jayaraj, as they chronicle the life and research of Indian women scientists actively working in labs around India. It was launched in February 2016. In the first year, they won a Laadli Media Award for Gender Sensitivity 'for telling the stories of women scientists who are rarely acknowledged in mainstream media'. Their investigations reveal the Indian patriarchal hierarchy that has kept women from pursuing scientific research.

The duo is currently working on their second book, a reportage about the realities of the Indian women scientists. Their first book, "31 fantastic adventures in science: Women Scientists in India", is an illustrated anthology of Indian women scientists for children.
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$185 of $300 per month
With 300$ we will support a project coordinator to help us curate amazing stories on the blog, produce new content, manage ongoing projects and apply for future grants, while we write our second book.
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