By: Anabelle Obermaier I’ve been a work study student here at the Women’s Center since October. Working here this past semester has been a new… Read More »The Women’s Center is a Safe Space for all!
By: Emma Sauer Something I get asked a lot, whether at events, in the office, or just when talking about my job is… What do… Read More »Back to Basics #5: What is the Women’s Center?
By: Emma Sauer Hey Roos! I’m back for another round at the Women’s Center this semester, repeating my role as the Blog Editor. Over the… Read More »Unbothered. In my lane. Focused. Flourishing.
By Mia Lukic Hi Friends! My name is Mia Lukic, and this is my second year at UMKC. I am in the Six Year Law… Read More »The Women’s Center is Happy to Welcome Mia Lukic to Our Staff!
By Adriana Suarez Hi, my name is Adriana Suarez. I am a freshman here at UMKC in the Undecided or Exploratory Program. I graduated from… Read More »Aspiring Latina Professional Joins The Women’s Center
By Elise Wantling Hello all! My name is Elise Wantling, and my pronouns are they/them/their. I am a senior here at UMKC studying political science,… Read More »Introducing Elise, The Women Center’s New Staff Member
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
By Ann Varner Martha Coffin Pelham Wright was one of five women who planned the first women’s right convention and presided over numerous women’s rights… Read More »Celebrating Women’s History Month: Martha Coffin Pelham Wright
By Brittany Soto Deborah D. Tucker is best known for her efforts in taking steps to end violence against women. Her determination to advocate against… Read More »Celebrating Women’s History Month: Deborah Tucker
By: Christina Terrell Gender testing on female athletes has been around for some time now, however it has gone through phases. Gender testing happens to… Read More »Should Female Athletes Be Subject to Gender Testing?