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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 in Politics” and focused on the lack of women in the political sphere and the establishment. 688 more words


Goddesses Gathering for Democracy in Southern California

In the spirit of the worldwide Women’s Marches, we are gathering for Democracy this Saturday in Southern California!

You are invited to join with us for an evening devoted to activating your political leadership (sometimes this can look very different than you think!) and organizing ourselves as a force for positive change. 217 more words


Trump Could Add Another Woman to His Cabinet After Andy Puzder's Withdrawal

Andrew Puzder, President Donald Trump’s pick for labor secretary, pulled his name from consideration on Wednesday, after it became obvious that he didn’t have enough Senate votes to clear the confirmation hurdle. 436 more words



On November 8th, I, alongside the rest of the world, was prepared for a historic event to take place, for a stride forwards, one step closer to equality: for the first female President of the United States of America.  250 more words


Attitudes are changing and diversity makes a difference

It’s February and somehow we all survived (or should I say cried) at Trump’s inauguration. We now brace ourselves for Brexit negotiations. On the positive side there have been glimmers of hope for the… 968 more words

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The Misogynistic Undercurrents of Korean Political Protests

Written by Sydney Nam, a regular contributor. Sydney is a second year War Studies & History students, and her specific interests involve social injustice of ethnic-minorities (particularly in East-Asia) and about the violation of women’s rights in conflict-zones, such as South Sudan. 970 more words

Women In Politics

Does Canada's Conservative Party need a female leader?

The Conservative Party of Canada is searching for a new leader to replace former Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Party members have 14 candidates to choose from, but some argue the best person for the job is actually  351 more words