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It's Wednesday!

Let’s widen our online reading!!

E. CE Miller shares some tips on Bustle to help widen your reading list so it is more inclusive. What is your favorite book in translation? 158 more words

Let's Hear From Someone New


Today is the first official #MuslimWomensDay! Want to examine your privilege and combat Islamophobia? Listen to these voices:

You can see Alaa Murabit’s TED talk… 223 more words

Female Voices

End of Week 1

Wow! What a week: 9 museums, 100,793 steps, and just over 700 photos taken. My head is still swimming with all the exciting highlight objects of the week and the information learned from our amazing speakers and museum staff presenters. 508 more words

Disney and the Missing "Gay Moment"

I’d been looking forward to the remake of “Beauty and the Beast” for a while. Belle was always my favorite Disney “princess”—I, too, was a tomboyish bookworm in a small town. 299 more words

Social Change

Opinion: Inclusivity officially went too far when it started fixating on people who are not me

I have long considered myself a champion of equal rights, and I understand why it’s important to be accepting of different people. There was a time when people like me were not treated as full human beings, and I stand by the activists throughout history who fought to break beyond narrow definitions of personhood and citizenship and move us forward as a society. 232 more words


Target takes down 'beach body' myth in new campaign

Temperatures are slowly inching upward, and with spring about to make its official debut, we know that days spent lounging on the beach in the hot summer sun are not far behind. 281 more words

Take Her Look

Effecting Change Effectivly

Every morning when I wake up, one truth becomes more evident. Times are changing. The subtle stroke of optimism in me wants to believe things are changing for the better. 489 more words