What’s the story behind the She Should Talk At TED Campaign?
Here are all the relevant posts, from where we stepped into the story back in June of 2010. Posts are by mostly by me and Susan Macaulay (of AmazingWomenRocks), as well as Gloria Feldt, Michelle Tripp, and Linda Tarr-Whelan.
Early Criticism of the Proportion of Women Speakers at TED
Susan Macaulay was raising the issue and highlighting the women who were speaking at TED:
- Speak Up, Speak Out, Take The Stage: The World Needs More TED Women
- AWR TED Talks By Amazing TED Women
- Reboot To The Power Of Seven: The Amazing Women Of TEDxDubai 2010
- A Dream Come True: 18 Amazing Girls & Young Women Make TED History
TEDWomen is Announced (July 2010)
Michelle Tripp weighed in with her passionate query:
And I piped in with:
- Separate Still Isn’t Equal: Sexism Among TED Conferences (on The Huffington Post)
- Followup on the TEDWomen Conversation
All three of these posts have some really great comments, worth reading, especially since June Cohen of TED offered her very different perspective.
- Salon also offered: Does the world need TEDWomen?
Unpacking the Questions of Sexism and Under-Representation of Women
- TEDWomen A Resounding Success! Or Was It? by Susan Macaulay
- TEDWomen: Proving That Gender Does Not Determine Great Ideas By Linda Tarr-Whelen, at The Huffington Post
- IS TEDWomen Sexist? Use the “Group Replacement Test” and tell us what you think
- Want More Women on Tech & TED Panels? Reject Meritocracy and Embrace Curation
The Post-TEDx636 Roundtable
- I’m Speaking about TEDWomen — sort of
- Advocating for Inclusion: A roundup of ideas from post-TEDx636 roundtable
The She Should Talk At TED Campaign
- The Goal is Gender Parity — at TED and Beyond SHE Should Talk At TED: 5 Ways to Get Started
- Because Women Have “Ideas Worth Spreading” : TED2011 Action Steps
- She Should Talk At TED Twitter Campaign: F.A.Q.
- Do Mainly Men Have Ideas Worth Spreading? by Gloria Feldt
- Invisible Women: Where Is Half The World’s Population? by Susan Macaulay
- Let’s Take TEDxActionNow On Gender Parity by Susan Macaulay
This is where we are so far… I’ll add posts as they appear!