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Remembering 2011 and Looking Forward to 2012

By Maritza Gordillo It was not too long ago when I said I was ready to come back and work at the Women’s Center for the 2011 Fall semester. Time went by so quickly due to the fact that we … Continue reading

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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes 2011

Check out these videos from our 2011 Walk A Mile In Her Shoes.  

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A Year of Amazing Events!

By Patsy Campos The UMKC Women’s Center has hosted a variety of events where we have reached many new and returning audiences throughout the Fall 2010-Spring 2011 term. Our events make an important contribution to the campus and public community … Continue reading

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My Two Years at the Women’s Center

By Bethany Reyna Last year was my first year at the UMKC Women’s Center. I had never had a job like this where we worked for a cause through tabling and events. What I have learned from working at the … Continue reading

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I Walked a Mile in Her Shoes

Even though I’ve been the faithful male shopping companion to many a female friend’s shoe-shopping sprees, I’ve never been on the receiving end of those high-heel buying excursions. This past weekend, with a female friend in tow, I headed out … Continue reading

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Father and Son Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Together

The following is a guest post submitted by Jim Doyle, Executive Director of Self-Protection. org. Walking with my 9-year-old son around the University of Missouri – Kansas City campus with over 100 other men gave me a chance to teach … Continue reading

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Walk A Mile In Her Shoes

Fast Tube by CasperAccording to RAINN.org, 1 in 6 women and 1 in 33 men will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime. College women are 4 times more likely to be sexually assaulted. On September 14th the UMKC Violence Prevention … Continue reading

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So What If You Are A Man, You Are Still Important to the Women’s Center

“So why is there only a women’s center and not a men’s center?” “How can a man benefit from a women’s center?” These are just a couple questions the Women’s Center staff at UMKC receives from men who walk into our office.  We … Continue reading

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Walk A Mile…2009 Pics, Highlights, & Thanks!

Is there anything harder than walking in heels up and down hills or stairs or while pushing a stroller on a college campus? Last night on the campus of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, nearly a hundred men found out … Continue reading

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Men March on Campus in High Heels to End Violence

Yesterday, hundreds of UMKC students, staff, faculty, and Kansas City community members gathered on campus to participate in Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, the international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. In support of putting … Continue reading

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