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'''Chanda Prescod-Weinstein''' is a cosmologist, science writer and equality activist based at the University of New Hampshire. She is of Barbadian descent on her mother's side and Russian-Jewish and Ukrainian-Jewish descent on her father's side.<ref name="holdfast">{{Cite web |title=Hold Fast to Blackness |last=Prescod-Weinstein |first=Chanda |work=Medium |date=July 29, 2015 |access-date=May 17, 2020 |url= https://medium.com/@chanda/hold-fast-to-blackness-3e4fa529917d}}</ref> In 2010, she became the 63rd black American woman to earn a PhD in physics.<ref name="Jones">{{Cite web |title=Whose Physics Is It Anyway? Q&A with Chanda Prescod-Weinstein |last=Jones |first=by Nicola |work=fqxi.org |date=20 April 2018 |access-date=17 May 2020 |url= https://fqxi.org/community/articles/display/227}}</ref> She has a book ''The Disordered Cosmos'' which was published in February 2021.<ref name="Ruzicka">{{Cite web |title=Reviews of the Week with Kelly Loy Gilbert, Sarah J. Maas, Tami Charles, and More! |last=Ruzicka |first=Michael |work=The Booklist Reader |date=March 1, 2021 |access-date=March 4, 2021 |url= https://www.booklistreader.com/2021/03/01/books-and-authors/reviews-of-the-week-with-kelly-loy-gilbert-sarah-j-maas-tami-charles-and-more/ }}</ref> She often writes blog posts on intersectional social justice topics, and was a founding member of the American Astronomical Society's [https://aas.org/comms/sgma Committee for Sexual Orientation and Gender Minorities in Astronomy].
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'''Chanda Prescod-Weinstein''' is a cosmologist, science writer and equality activist based at the University of New Hampshire. She is of Barbadian descent on her mother's side and Russian-Jewish and Ukrainian-Jewish descent on her father's side.<ref name="holdfast">{{Cite web |title=Hold Fast to Blackness |last=Prescod-Weinstein |first=Chanda |work=Medium |date=July 29, 2015 |access-date=May 17, 2020 |url= https://medium.com/@chanda/hold-fast-to-blackness-3e4fa529917d}}</ref> In 2010, she became the 63rd black American woman to earn a PhD in physics.<ref name="Jones">{{Cite web |title=Whose Physics Is It Anyway? Q&A with Chanda Prescod-Weinstein |last=Jones |first=by Nicola |work=fqxi.org |date=20 April 2018 |access-date=17 May 2020 |url= https://fqxi.org/community/articles/display/227}}</ref> She has a book ''The Disordered Cosmos'' to be published in spring of 2021. She often writes blog posts on intersectional social justice topics, and was a founding member of the American Astronomical Society's [https://aas.org/comms/sgma Committee for Sexual Orientation and Gender Minorities in Astronomy].
   
 
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