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Posted by: Nancy Austin on 11/17/2014 | 0 Comments
What happens after that dreaded knock on the door? A new film by Rhode Island independent film maker, Mitty Griffis Mirrer, brings us into the world of the thousands of American children whose lives are forever changed after their family receives word that a parent has been killed in combat or died while on active duty service.
Posted by: Bethany Imondi on 10/21/2014 | 0 Comments
To put it simply, feminism strives to establish equal opportunities for women. It’s not a trendy concept; one does not wake up one morning and realize one is a feminist. Rather feminism is a universal and innate cause that everyone should actively support.
Posted by: Nancy Austin on 10/7/2014 | 0 Comments
Recently I touched base with my friend Kathy to talk about the current state of the women’s movement. Kathy noticed things that needed to just get done that weren’t being addressed. She asked: Why were people still debating some of the same feminist issues her generation had taken on decades earlier? Let’s get moving, she exclaimed impatiently!
Posted by: Katharine Murphy on 9/23/2014 | 0 Comments
I recognize the same phenomenon happening all around me: people finding themselves either hesitant or unable to stand behind what they believe in.
Posted by: Ailin Lu on 9/16/2014 | 0 Comments
It is a pseudo-headline that would elicit outrage across the nation. People would protest the unequal gender representation on the jury, and news anchors would dramatically announce, “This is a development that could radically change the way we interpret the Constitution.” I think it says a lot about us as a society that we can sit with the fact that all Supreme Court Justices were men for 239 years, and yet the thought of having all-female representation is ludicrous.
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