Alexis Takahashi (aka ATAK) is a multiracial organizer who loves plants, sushi, and disrupting capitalism. Her personal superpowers are cat whispering and laying in trees.
Building a Practice of Science and Social Justice: Part 1
Turns out, to way more places than you’d probably like!
Book recommendations from Free Radicals' contributing authors
Is curiosity enough? Why we should move beyond curiosity based inquiry toward a model of research justice.
314 Action brings insider Washington politics to scientists. But is it enough?
Science for the People returns to fight the Trump regime
But first - what even is colonial science?
And what kind of science do we want to fight for?
Where do we go from here?
We think it's confusing too.
Hint: It’s not testosterone.
Transforming the Medical Industrial Complex (Part 2/3)
What is the military-academic-industrial complex and how does it affect our science and our politics? Find out as we explore the inner workings of the Ivory Tower and its militarized past.
Alexis thought neuroscience could find the cure for her brother’s mental illness. And then she found disability studies.
The Limits and Possibilities of Citizen Science
DSM-V and the Science of Autogynephilia