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Honoring stories/Consuming tragedy: Covering Take Back The Night as a photographer
Amelia Meman, ’15, is the program coordinator in the Women’s Center. She has worked in the Women’s Center as an intern, a student staff member, a volunteer, a part-time coordinator, and now as a...
April 4, 2019
What You Need to Know About Deanna Zandt
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Ignite with our What You Need to Know series. Written by Women’s Center student staff member Shrijana Khanal. Critical Social Justice has always served as...
October 19, 2018
Program coordinator Amelia Meman reminisces about her feminist friendships and analyzes how these relationships foster empowerment and powerful networks. This Women’s History Month, the Women’s...
March 14, 2018
What You Need to Know About The Monument Quilt
Get ready for Critical Social Justice: Rise with our What You Need to Know series. Written by Sydney Phillips. Check out The Monument Quilt Display flyer here. Last year, Critical Social...
October 17, 2017
To my feminist mentor, Megan Tagle Adams
A reflection by Amelia Meman on her feminist mentoring relationship with Assistant Director Megan Tagle Adams. Megan (right) and I in the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) photobooth....
August 10, 2017
Supporting survivors past April
This past April was our most powerful yet. In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Women’s Center coordinated the annual Take Back the Night event, which 265 UMBC community members...
May 19, 2017
Writing as a woman: A conversation
In recognition of the other month-long celebration that is April’s National Poetry Month, Women’s Center Special Projects Coordinator Amelia Meman recorded a discussion on writing as a woman with...
April 24, 2017
Women in Politics Roundtable Round-Up
The Women’s Center’s Spring Roundtable series has begun! On February 14th, we hosted the first of our three-part roundtable “Underrepresentation of Women in…” series. This roundtable was on “Women...
February 17, 2017
A Time to Resist + A Time to Take Care
A reflection written by Women’s Center Special Projects Coordinator, Amelia Meman So here we are. Another day in this brave new world. Are you exhausted yet? Emotionally, physically,...
February 8, 2017
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
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