This month we feature two more contributions to the “Sex, Gender, and Physics Teaching” collection, identified by the pink and gray thumbnail image shown here. “Where Do Women of Color Complete Physics Degrees?” by Angela Johnson, Rose Young, and Elizabeth Mulvey paints a detailed picture of the kinds of campuses that are successful matriculating Women of Color in physics, providing insights that are surely to be useful to physics teachers everywhere. Next, Katemari Rosa and Marla Ruthe Gomes da Silva ask “Is My Physics Textbook Sexist?” and provide an insightful look at how textbooks can perpetuate sexist imagery, reinforcing stereotypes and reproducing oppression. We hope that you find these articles useful and share them with colleagues.
– Gary D. White and Geraldine L. Cochran
Co-editors for the TPT collection on “Sex, Gender, and Physics Teaching”