Tagged - Feminism
African American Studies
AAS professor Tinsely visits UR, speaks on black femme revolution
Last Monday, the typically black office chairs in the Humanities Center were stitched with sayings like “here to stay,” “evolve…
Unity and inclusion embraced in ‘Me Too Monologues’
This Saturday evening, instead of their usual annual performance of “The Vagina Monologues,” College Feminists presented “Me Too Monologues,” a…
“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” is bizarre and empowering
On the last day of November, I attended “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” I did no prior research on the…
Everybody Talks: Someday I’ll be like the women on the screen
As of late, the portrayal of female athletes in film has become a fad, or at least more apparent.
Softball’s Yerdon-Grange wants her players to ’stand up’
When she’s not guiding the UR Softball program to another victory, coach Margaret Yerdon-Grange is consumed by another interest: Gender & Women’s Studies.
Debate Union tackles Beyoncé’s influence on feminism
“We’re talking about black and white feminism. Where the hell is everyone else?”