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SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

SDSU research center fosters student feminist activism

by Nicole Sazegar, Senior Staff Writer // March 14, 2016

The phrase “bread and roses” was the rallying cry of female workers on strike in the 20th century. The political slogan became an iconic reminder about...

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SDSU Feminist Research Symposium expands focus areas

SDSU Feminist Research Symposium expands focus areas

by Kayla Jimenez, Staff Writer // March 1, 2016

San Diego State students from the women’s studies department’s “Women’s Movements and Activism” course presented their original research at Bread...

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New film fights for women's rights

New film fights for women’s rights

by Christine Whitman, Senior Staff Writer // November 10, 2015

The discussion of equality and women’s rights has been a reoccurring theme in today’s media, especially with the rise in recognition of the Feminist...

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Meninism jokes ridicule female oppression

by Emmilly Nguyen, Senior Staff Writer // March 9, 2015

Real meninists, otherwise known as men’s rights activists, should believe and support the women’s movement. Real meninists are men who want equality...

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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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[VIDEO] Stoking the Fire: Patricia Arquette and feminism

by Anthony Berteaux and Emelly Navaro // February 25, 2015

This week Anthony Berteaux and Emelly Navarro talk about Patricia Arquette's acceptance speech at the Oscars and the recent praise, and flak, she's received...

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Feminism label has lost its power

by Marissa Ochoa, Staff Writer // December 1, 2014

Like any magazine, Time has been praised and challenged throughout the years for controversial and newsworthy topics. Most recently it has received a considerable...

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[VIDEO] Love Your Body Day comes back to SDSU

by Brooke Martell and Quinn Owen // November 25, 2014

Love Your Body Day was held by the Womyn's Outreach Association at Scripps Cottage. The event had different areas set up to help women feel comfortable...

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Gender equality of man and woman on a balance

Feminism: a man’s game

by Emmilly Nguyen, Staff Columnist // October 13, 2014

Devin T. Robinson X, also known as “Egypt,” the world renowned poet, lectured at San Diego State on Sept. 17 about masculinity and the friend zone....

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Beyonce’s faux feminism hurts the cause

by Briana Alford // May 9, 2014

Recently, TIME magazine issued its 100 Most Influential People issue. There, in all her glory, is Mrs. Beyonce Knowles Carter on the cover. It’s...

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Women must strive for power to create change

Women must strive for power to create change

by Kelly Gardner // March 13, 2014

Women have been fighting for their place in the workforce for decades. And while some progress has undeniably been made, the fight for equality is an ongoing...

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Feminism must engage insidious online attacks

Feminism must engage insidious online attacks

by Carmen Huerta // October 28, 2013

Women in the U.S. have grown accustomed to the freedoms granted to them throughout the years. With this new sense of security, many women have taken the...

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