Objectification of Women
By April Brown We kicked off Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Tuesday October 6th, 2020 which marked the annual UMKC sector of Walk A Mile… Read More »Walked a Mile Alone, to Stand Up Together!
By Skye VanLanduyt Sojourner Truth escaped from slavery and became a powerful civil and women’s rights activist during the nineteenth century. Truth’s famous speech, “Ain’t… Read More »Sojourner Truth: A Timeless Women’s Rights Activist
By Maggie Pool Hollywood Actress, Katharine Hepburn will always be remembered for her fierce and fiery performances in film. After all, she still holds the… Read More »The First Woman to Make Feminism Fashionable
By: Anonymous The Netflix movie, Falling Inn Love released on August 29, 2019, follows a young woman who moves to New Zealand to renovate a… Read More »Perpetuating Gender Stereotypes or Empowering Strong Women?
By Brittany Soto Since our center has been promoting the “Meet us on The Street” event all throughout this week, focusing on the issues of… Read More »Catcalling is not a Compliment, it’s Harassment