By Morgan Clark When you hear the phrase “sex-positive” do you ever think of who coined the phrase? I know I haven’t. Not until one… Read More »Looking Deeper at Our Phenomenal Feminist: Betty Dodson
By Morgan Clark I was recently asked “in what way police brutally has affected you the most?” After pondering on the question, I came up… Read More »Recovering From Invisibility: #SayHerName
By Christina Terrell We all have that not-so-favorite aunt or uncle who has something controversial or annoying to say about women, and how they should… Read More »Tips on Discussing Women’s Issues During the Holidays (Without Throwing Dinner Plates)
By Nina Cherry Join us this Wednesday, November 7 for a discussion on the book and HULU series The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. This… Read More »Event Preview: May the Book Open: Lessons from the Republic of Gilead
By Nina Cherry Do you know when it’s a scary time to be a woman? When you have to be extra careful while walking yourself… Read More »It’s a “scary time,” indeed. But for whom?
By Ann Varner Marie Curie not only was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, she was also the first person to win the… Read More »Marie Curie: The Pioneer for Women in Science
By: Korrien Hopkins The proudly feminist Afro-Latina politician was a revolutionary public servant and activist. Unbothered by the status quo of politics, Franco quickly rose… Read More »Long Live Marielle Franco, the Queer, Afro-Latina Politician, Feminist, and Human Rights Activist