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I Believe in Equal Rights: The Story of My Auntie

By Ashanti I think protesting is a good way to express how you feel about your community, and it is a tool to get people to come together. My auntie really believes in protesting and believes everyone should have equal rights. When everyone feels equal, it is better for the…

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Equality for Women of Color

By Carolyn Since the overturning of Roe V. Wade, it is clear that people are showing their true colors. This decision directly affects women of color, and will affect them more, because of a lack of resources these women face, and how they are treated on a day-to-day basis... Read…

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The Overturning of Roe V. Wade

By Ri The Supreme Court overturning Roe V. Wade, ends the constitutional right to an abortion, sending the U.S. back many years into the past. Not allowing women, and child-bearing people, to choose what they can do with their bodies won’t stop them from finding harmful alternatives. This ultimately leads…

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Black Women: The Fastest Growing Group of Entrepreneurs in the United States

By Sheila "Black women who do succeed do so with great sacrifice that has an ill effect on their personal and family lives, their self-esteem, and their health. This is why they are taking their skills and passion and going elsewhere," according to a study done by Fast Company. Black…

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The ERA Effect

By Kamiyah What will the Equal Rights Amendment actually do? That is the question everyone wants to know! The ERA is a proposed amendment that will ensure equal rights, regardless of sex, or gender, therefore encouraging less discrimination against women. So far, thirty-eight states have ratified the amendment, but some…

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No Means No!

By Destiny Many people in the world have experienced sexual mistreatment, or assault, but most of these people are women of color and young girls. When these actions occur they can happen at any time and at any moment. Due to low protection for women, the systems in place do…

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Sexual Violence against Women of Color

By Dakkariah The subject of my story is domestic abuse against women of color and how it affects their lives. This story is important because women of color have been through both verbal and physical abuse for hundreds of years, at the hands of many people. "Leave me alone", is…

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We As Ourselves: Shaping the Narrative as Black Survivors

By Priska My project is about the "Me Too" movement and how the media changed the narrative from Black women suffering from sexual violence, to a larger focus on white women. The media played a big part in how the narrative of this movement changed. Although this movement began with…

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How Have Young Women Been Economically Impacted by Covid-19?

By Merelin I chose this topic because many young women, since the start of the pandemic, are either struggling to receive jobs, are single mothers that do not have the necessary resources to provide for their children, or are struggling to help assist their families financially. Through this project I…

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Verbal Abuse in the Workplace: how does it affect undocumented, Hispanic women?

By Naomi Hispanic, immigrant women are particularly vulnerable to workplace harassment because they are often placed in positions that are low in status because of their documentation and sex/gender. I interviewed my mother and my aunt who have a direct connection to this topic, as they have experienced this behavior…

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