Donors Choice – A Message From Women And Hands-On Science

Firstly – today in Melbourne at Embiggen Books! Check out the podcast interview The event is Contempt of Court: Unofficial Voices from the DOGS Australian High Court Case, 1981

Not only is it a talk by the book’s author Jean Ely – popular Melbourne comedian Rod Quantock, activist and former politician Joan Coxsedge and Max Wallace, author and 2010 Global Atheist Convention presenter and Director of the Australia New Zealand National Secular Association will be there too. Thursday. 6-7.30pm at the Embiggen Bookstore, 97-203 Lt Lonsdale St, Melbourne. Email to RSVP at events (at) embiggenbooks (dot) com.

Secondly – thank you to ALL the donors who are helping out the FreeThought Bloggers by taking part in the Donors Choice. Ms. Davis is just one of the dozens of teachers you have helped over the past three weeks, and it’s ending this Saturday. It’s because you do make a difference – and that encourages us all to take part.

“We are one of four all-girl public schools in New York City, with students ranging from 6th to 12th grades. These girls come from low income areas where the high school graduation rates are on a decline. Our goal is to empower these young ladies by providing them with a strong education and to help them realize that college is more than just a dream, it is their future. My students are motivated and dedicated young women. They love to be engaged in science and exploratory activities. I want to give them every advantage that I can to do so.”

About Kylie Sturgess

Kylie Sturgess is a former Philosophy teacher, media and psychology student, blogger at Patheos and podcaster at Token Skeptic. She has conducted over a hundred interviews including artists, scientists, politicians and activists, worldwide. She regularly presents a news and current affairs show on RTRFM's The Mag (tune in on Tuesdays!).
She’s the author of the ‘Curiouser and Curiouser‘ column at the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry website and travels internationally lecturing on feminism, skepticism, and science. She files her nails while they drag the lake.