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An intersectional guide to Women's History Month

An intersectional guide to Women’s History Month

by Brenna Martinez, Contributor // March 30, 2021

Women’s History Month, established just in the past few decades, initially began as a week of celebration in 1981 to recognize important and influential...

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The body positive movement is problematic in many ways

by Catherine Van Weele, Contributor // September 26, 2018

The body positive has proven to be a boisterous social movement. One that aims for women and girls to love their bodies no matter what size they are.  While...

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‘White’ feminism excludes women of color

by Sutheshna Mani, Contributor // March 9, 2015

Feminism has spearheaded white women like Alice Paul, Simone De Bouvier and even recently, Emma Watson, as faces of the feminist movement. However, do...

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Access to privilege exists in more ways than one

by Anthony Berteaux, Assistant Opinion Editor // February 8, 2015

One could argue that I’m the “token minority.” I’m Japanese, part African American and gay; three minorities who, historically, haven't exactly...

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