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A Reflection on Women’s Representation in the Arts
A blog reflection written by Women’s Center intern Julia Gottlieb. After reading the Baltimore City Paper’s recent daily Power Rankings, I got to thinking a lot about white women and women of...
November 9, 2015
Where My Inclusive Dawgs At? — A reflection on American sports culture.
A blog reflection written by Women’s Center staff member Kayla Smith. Society tells us that women are too sensitive. We’re crazy emotional creatures who are fragile and people need to tiptoe...
September 14, 2015
Working Mom: A New Adventure
A blog reflection written by Women’s Center student staff member, Carrie Cleveland For the past ten years I have not had a paying job. For the past ten years I have been home raising children....
June 9, 2015
My Role Model, Senator Barbara Mikulski or “Finding the Worth in Your [Almost Always] Problematic Fave*”
So after the longest run of any woman in the history of the United States Congress, Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland is retiring after this 114th Congress in 2017. And for some reason, I am...
March 10, 2015
Thoughts on Self-Care and Social Justice
Critical Social Justice organizers Amelia Meman, Lisa Gray, and Megan Tagle Adams share a few of their thoughts about self-care in/as social justice work. AMELIA: Coming up on CSJ 2015, I’m...
December 15, 2014
Halloween Costumes: Looking into the Haunted Mirror of Our Past
A collaborative authorship post from Bria Hamlet and Jess Myers Jess: You guessed it! It’s that time of the year when the Women’s Center staff crushes your Halloween costume dreams and makes...
October 28, 2014
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