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References from Community Statement .

Many Steps Forward, A Few Steps Back: Women in Physics in the U.S.A. Apriel K Hodari et al Fermilab

Common Challenges Faced by Women of Color in Physics, and Actions Faculty Can Take to Minimize Those Challenges Angela Johnson et al St Mary's College, TERC, Eureka Scientific

Sexual Harassment of Women: Climate, Culture, and Consequences in Academic Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Frazier Benya, study director National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, Medicine

Gender Bias in Academe: An Annotated Bibliography of Important Recent Studies Danica Savonick and Cathy N. Davidson HASTAC

Gender Systematics in Telescope Time Allocation at ESO Ferdinando PatatEuropean Southern Observatory

Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence

Meeting the Universe Halfway: Quantum Physics and the Entanglement of Matter and Meaning Karen Barad UC Santa Cruz

The Problem with Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Geraldine Cochran Rutgers

Cognitive Repression in Contemporary Physics Evelyn Fox Keller SUNY Purchase (currently MIT)

Has Feminism Changed Physics? Amy Bug Swarthmore

Reaching for the Stars Without an Invitation Jarita Charmian Holbrook, Diane Gu, Sharon Traweek American Scientist

The ‘Benefits’ of Black Physics Students Jedidah C. Isler New York Times/Vanderbilt U

Curiosity and the end of discrimination Chanda Prescod-Weinstein U Washington/UNH

Astronomical community: The power of being counted Sarah Tuttle U Washington

(Baby) Steps Toward Feminist Physics Barbara Whitten Colorado College

Talks on High Energy Physics From CERN’s 1st Workshop on High Energy Physics and Gender .

Inflation Ana Achucarro Leiden U. (Slides Not Available)

AdS/CFT correspondence Agnese Bissi Uppsala U.

Black hole entropy Alejandra Castro Amsterdam U.

Cosmology Laura Covi Goettingen U.

BSM Phenomenology JiJi Fan Brown U.

Lattice QCD & flavour physics Elvira Gamiz Granada U.

Neutrino Physics Silvia Pascoli Durham U.

Dark Matter Tracy Slatyer MIT

Parton distributions from high precision collider data Maria Ubiali Cambridge U., DAMTP

SM Effective Field Theory Eleni Vryonidou CERN

Heavy Ion Physics Korinna Zapp LIP, Lisbon & CERN

Talks on Gender Issues in High Energy Physics From CERN’s 1st Workshop on High Energy Physics and Gender .

Gender in academic recruitment and selection Marieke van den Brink Nijmegen U.

From Starbucks to the academy: Unconscious bias and what can we do about it? Meytal Eran-Jona Weizmann Inst.

Understanding young women's science aspirations Julie Moote UCL, London

1+1+1+... Personal perspective on women in physics Yosef Nir Weizmann Institute

On the road to equality Jessica Wade Imperial College London

Gender initiatives at CERN Geneviève Guinot CERN Diversity Office

NOTE: The talk from Alessandro Strumia contains personal attacks on colleagues, and has been removed from the CERN server for violating institutional policies. For similar reasons, we will not host or link to those slides, which are at this point easily found on the internet

Reporting on the 1st Workshop on High Energy Physics and Gender .

More Than 200 Physicists Denounce Sexist Lecture at CERN Ryan F. Mandelbaum, Gizmodo

Physicists condemn sexism through particles for justice Sophia Chen, Wired

Hundreds of physicists condemn sexist talk at CERN on women in physics Leah Crane, New Scientist

High-energy-physics community condemns sexist talk at CERN Andrew Grant, Physics Today

Scientists condemn professor's 'morally reprehensible' talk Pallab Ghosh, BBC

Theoretisch natuurkundigen schrijven antiseksismebrief Ianthe Sahadat, De volkskrant

Scientist's claim physics was 'invented and built by men' is false: physicist Sheena Goodyear, CBC

Male Physicist Claims Women Are Worse at Physics at CERN Gender Bias Talk Ed Cara, Gizmodo

CERN Suspends "Highly Offensive" Physics Professor Who Gave Talk on Gender Sarah Sloat, Inverse

Women in science: 'We want to be accepted into the club' Marie Jackson and Jennifer Scott, BBC

“La fisica? Non è donna”, il Cern sospende il ricercatore Fabio Di Todarol, La Stampa

Science doesn’t belong to men. Here’s the proof Afua Hirsch, Guardian

No, men are not the real victims of discrimination in physics – here are the women fighting sexism in their field Chella Quint, Independent

One scientist’s baffling attempt to prove that physics isn’t sexist Cassie Werber, Quartz

Gender parity in science is an uphill struggle Economist

Particle physicist proves that YOU are cleverer than 20% of people at CERN (or how to spot dodgy data analysis when its staring you in the face) Eluned Smith RWTH Aachen University

Canadian scientists slam male physicist's 'discriminatory' speech on gender issues The Canadian Press, CBC

Scientist who said 'physics built by men' blasts political correctness as backlash against him continues Jacob Jarvis, Evening Standard

CERN Suspends Physicist for Sexism, Acting Sooner Than Other Institutions Have Vasudevan Mukunth The Wire

Thousands of physicists sign letter condemning ‘disgraceful’ Alessandro Strumia gender talk Michael Banks, Physics World

Further Reading .

Recruiting and hiring women in STEM fields. Christy Glass and Krista Lynn Minnotte, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education

Boosting the number of students from underrepresented groups in physics Nicola Jones, Nature

LGBT+ Climate in Physics Report, APS

The Leaky Pipeline for Postdocs: A study of the time between receiving a PhD and securing a faculty job for male and female astronomers Kevin Flaherty (white paper)

The truth has got its boots on: what the evidence says about Mr. Damore’s Google memo Erin Giglio (blog)

Shattering the Lavender Ceiling: A Gay Theoretical Physicist's Perspective Michael Ramsey Musolf, Brookhaven National Lab

A U.S./Canadian Race & Racism Reading List Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (blog)

The Politics of Pure Science Daniel S. Greenberg

Diversity Fatigue Is Real Mariam B. Lam, Chronicle of Higher Education

Stop Equating “Science” With Truth Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Slate

After colleges promised to increase it, hiring of black faculty declined Matt Krupnick, The Hechinger Report

Building an Inclusive AAS - The Critical Role of Diversity and Inclusion Training for AAS Council and Astronomy Leadership Carolyn Brinkworth, Allison Byrd Skaer, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Johanna Teske, Sarah Tuttle (white paper)

Nature Astronomy Focus: Gender equity in astronomy Nature Astronomy

Decolonising Science Reading List Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (blog)

Gender Bias in Academe: An Annotated Bibliography of Important Recent Studies HASTAC Team

Why should physicists study history? Matt Stanley, Physics Today

Defying the Odds: Minority Mentors Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Inside Higher Education