Kathy joins us as we remember the anniversary of the Pittsburgh attack. After years of research into white supremacy, this event gripped her own community.
How does white supremacy function as a political phenomenon? How has the role of women evolved? With a rich understanding of history, Kathy walks us through her top two calls to action and more on episode six of extremely.
Dean Kathy Blee is a professor of Sociology at the University of Pittsburgh. Her work as a scholar, writer, and administrator spans from Women’s Studies to Sociology to History.
More on Kathy’s work here: https://www.as.pitt.edu/about/kathy-blee
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