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Women Using Art and Culture to Build Peace in Ukraine

By Nina Grant We want to show that…life will go on. We will win [the war] and we can beat the enemy, whether it’s with a paintbrush or with weapons. Olena Yanko Women play a crucial role in peacebuilding as they focus on reconciliation, economic development, education, and transitional justice,…

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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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Isabel Dolan: The Exploration of Gender in Art and Politics

How we would represent politicians if we lived in a matriarchal society that celebrated gender and identity.  How does gender and identity intersect with art?  I was inspired by the work of Judy Chicago. She had a series where she embroidered  napkins with questions like “what if women ruled the…

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Olivia Enos: Our Bodies Are Not an Apology

Our Bodies Are Not an Apology: A Community Project inspired by the work of Sonya Renee Taylor' This is a participatory, visual research project composed of a series of collages. Each collage is inspired by the responses called for on social media, for people to anonymously provide their answers to…

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Cassandra Keho: Without Rest

Installation Title: Without Rest Photographed on Sunday, May 1, 2022, 7:25 a.m. (of note: Hobby Lobby is closed on Sundays) “The ability of women to participate equally in the economic and social life of the Nation has been facilitated by their ability to control their reproductive lives.” Planned Parenthood of…

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