The Coalition Grows…

By Sheril Kirshenbaum | June 2, 2009 9:52 pm

Tremendous thanks to everyone already contributing to Silence is the Enemy through your donations, letters to members of Congress, word of mouth, facebook, articles, and more.  And to those still unsure where to begin, just look to the online coalition so far for inspiration…

Blogs donating all June revenue to Doctors Without Borders:
(Income is determined by blog traffic, so you can contribute with each click)

The Intersection

On Becoming A Domestic And Laboratory Goddess

 Aetiology

Neurotopia

Bioephemera

The Questionable Authority

Adventures in Ethics and Science

DrugMonkey

Blog Of The Moderate Left

Seattle Grassroots Examiner

the rugbyologist

Silence Is The Enemy Blog Coalition:

Nicholas Kristof’s On The Ground

Bonobo Handshake

Dispatches From The Cultural Wars

White Coat Underground

Cosmic Variance

The Millikan Daily

A Blog Around The Clock

Comrade PhysioProf

Tomato Nation

Terra Sigillata

Sciencewomen

Greg Laden’s Blog

Thus Spake Zuska

Quiche Moraine

Science Cheerleader

Pro-Science

Tangled Up In Blue Guy

Moth Eyes

PodBlack Cat

Bad Astronomy

The J Continuum: ANEKANTAVADA

Varzaland

Aardvarchaeology

Traumatized By Truth

Pondering Blather

The Last Road

Fineness And Accuracy

Julia Sherred: From the Mundane to the Insane

The Handmade Business Blog

Lost Together

Uncertain Principles

JuniorProf

Just An Ordinary Goddess

Nit Pickers Guide To The Galaxy

Laelaps

Women In Love

Fractura.net!

Archaeoastronomy

Respectful Insolence

Hot Chicks Dig Smart Men

Jugular

ScientistMother

Beyond the Short Coat

My Chemical Journey

Morbius

Academic Ecology

Skepacabra

Who Does John Gregson Think He Is?

How To Recover Lost Marbles

Let Me Breathe Fire

Una verdad simulada

Marriage Blog

michael e casey

Two Women Blogging

The Clever Badger

Alas! A Blog

Skepchick

Daily Kos

Blog Mekie

New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

Bloggers for Change

I have a blog?

The Way Things Break

The Reformed Patriarchy-Whore

Musings by Bug

Asymptotia

Volcanista

Mad Scientist, Jr.

The Promise of Engagement

Weird thing of the day

 Middle Raged Punk

Astronomoms

Adventures of the TV Addict, the Wannabe Writer, and the Should-Be Famous

Shakesville

California Greening

Story Bones

Anxiolysus

Another Monkey

A Novelist’s Mind

Ambivalent Academic

The Progressive Puppy

The Word Warrior

Quantum Living in a Juicy-Sunshine Parallel Universe

Circus Randomus

Transmissions from a satellite heart

Alegre’s Corner

Muse In Vivo 

LabCat

Lousy Canuck

The Ethical Palaeontologist

Mary of Many Colors

Feminist Critics 

Accidental Historian

It’s My Life

Swedish Law Blog

Ataraxia Theatre

The Xenia Institute

*Transcendental *Logic

21dB

Womens Health News

Wonderland or Not

Almost Diamonds

The Chatter Box

Darfur: An Unforgivable Hell On Earth


For Those Who Want To Know

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Culture, Education

Comments (9)

  1. This is amazing, Sheril. I am so very proud of this effort!

  2. Count us in. How do we sign our site on to this effort?

  3. Isis,
    There would be no effort without you :)

    Alegre,
    I’ve added your site to the blogger coalition and hope you will continue to post on topic. Everyone is encouraged to dream up their own way to participate and contribute. Thanks for joining us!

  4. cjt

    Hi, thanks for linking.
    It’s a great job you’re doing. Keep on shouting!

    Greetings from Portugal.

  5. While it is, strictly speaking, true that I am donating all my June Comrade PhysioProf WordPress blogging revenue to DWB, that revenue will, as it always is, be zero. I am making a personal donation, but if you want your clicks to pay off, don’t visit my blog; go to the others.

  6. Thanks for adding me to the Coalition! I’m keeping an eye out for things I can do besides just making a donation out of my meager pocket…the ‘Net has to be more powerful than that.

    Keep it up and thank you.

  7. Wow! what an idea ! What a concept ! Beautiful .. Amazing

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About Sheril Kirshenbaum

Sheril Kirshenbaum is a research scientist with the Webber Energy Group at the University of Texas at Austin's Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy where she works on projects to enhance public understanding of energy issues as they relate to food, oceans, and culture. She is involved in conservation initiatives across levels of government, working to improve communication between scientists, policymakers, and the public. Sheril is the author of The Science of Kissing, which explores one of humanity's fondest pastimes. She also co-authored Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future with Chris Mooney, chosen by Library Journal as one of the Best Sci-Tech Books of 2009 and named by President Obama's science advisor John Holdren as his top recommended read. Sheril contributes to popular publications including Newsweek, The Washington Post, Discover Magazine, and The Nation, frequently covering topics that bridge science and society from climate change to genetically modified foods. Her writing is featured in the anthology The Best American Science Writing 2010. In 2006 Sheril served as a legislative Knauss science fellow on Capitol Hill with Senator Bill Nelson (D-FL) where she was involved in energy, climate, and ocean policy. She also has experience working on pop radio and her work has been published in Science, Fisheries Bulletin, Oecologia, and Issues in Science and Technology. In 2007, she helped to found Science Debate; an initiative encouraging candidates to debate science research and innovation issues on the campaign trail. Previously, Sheril was a research associate at Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment and has served as a Fellow with the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History and as a Howard Hughes Research Fellow. She has contributed reports to The Nature Conservancy and provided assistance on international protected area projects. Sheril serves as a science advisor to NPR's Science Friday and its nonprofit partner, Science Friday Initiative. She also serves on the program committee for the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). She speaks regularly around the country to audiences at universities, federal agencies, and museums and has been a guest on such programs as The Today Show and The Daily Rundown on MSNBC. Sheril is a graduate of Tufts University and holds two masters of science degrees in marine biology and marine policy from the University of Maine. She co-hosts The Intersection on Discover blogs with Chris Mooney and has contributed to DeSmogBlog, Talking Science, Wired Science and Seed. She was born in Suffern, New York and is also a musician. Sheril lives in Austin, Texas with her husband David Lowry. Interested in booking Sheril Kirshenbaum to speak at your next event? Contact Hachette Speakers Bureau 866.376.6591 info@hachettespeakersbureau.com For more information, visit her website or email Sheril at srkirshenbaum@yahoo.com.

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