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Opinion: Sen. Harris as Democratic VP Candidate is a big win for the Black and Asian community

Opinion: Sen. Harris as Democratic VP Candidate is a big win for the Black and Asian community

by Jayne Yutig, Contributor // August 20, 2020

The Democratic National Convention took place this week and its virtual stage was outshined by a historic first — the nomination of the first Black and...

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Gender stereotypes further enable the wage gap

Gender stereotypes further enable the wage gap

by Ryan Janics, Contributor // October 9, 2019

No matter what country you are in, there is a plethora of economic issues that can be debated.  Not all these issues are necessarily relevant to most...

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SDSU panel discusses gender roles in the 2016 election

SDSU panel discusses gender roles in the 2016 election

by Kayla Jimenez, Assistant News Editor // November 8, 2016

Five days before the general election, a panel of San Diego State professors encouraged students to vote for Hillary Clinton and discussed how gender impacted...

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“Crime After Crime” examines existing problems in the criminal justice system

“Crime After Crime” examines existing problems in the criminal justice system

by Nicole Badgley , Staff Writer // October 28, 2016

From 1977 to present, the number of incarcerated women has increased from 20,000 to more than 120,000. Eighty percent of these women are also victims of...

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Sex and gender researcher visits Love Library

Sex and gender researcher visits Love Library

by Kayleigh Venne, Staff Writer // October 19, 2016

Gender identity is a complex subject that can be difficult to explain. Charlotte Tate gave professors and students an informative talk on the multifaceted...

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Vote for candidates because of their ideals, not their gender

by Kemi Giwa, Staff Columnist // February 10, 2016

Hillary Clinton and her run for presidency ties feminists from all across the country closer together and it fills those who fought for women’s rights...

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Cultural center discusses privilege with students

Cultural center discusses privilege with students

by Natalia Xibille, Contributor // November 23, 2015

The Center for Intercultural Relations hosted a discussion aimed at promoting self-awareness of privileges and to inspire unity within San Diego State’s...

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Feminist speaker discusses sex, rape culture in America

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

Nationally recognized feminist writer and activist Jaclyn Friedman will speak on campus Wednesday in a discussion titled, “Sex in America: Beyond Prudes,...

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A not-so-straight sexual assault dialogue

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor // April 16, 2015

The discourse surrounding college sexual assault this past year has addressed valid points about how complicated and pervasive the issue has become across...

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Panel talks election, gender justice

Panel talks election, gender justice

by Emily Brennan, Staff Writer // October 20, 2014

With an election coming up on Nov. 4, San Diego State held a panel to discuss the importance and power of women’s voices in politics. Held on Oct....

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