Thursday | April 19, 2018

Tag: Civil Rights

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Culture, Featured

Sister Aster Sees the Bridge in Selma

By Kristine “Aster” Medina, Copy Editor On the cusp of Jan. 18, nationally noted as Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday,

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature

Women’s March (Part 3): Why We March

The Women’s March, originally the Million Women March, was a protest held on Jan. 21 across the world to show

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women’s March (Part 2): Being a Part of the Movement

By Xiomara “LunarIx” Santana, Staff Writer The day after the election was particularly a difficult day for me. I had

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Women’s March (Part 1): Moved to March

The Women’s March was a worldwide protest held on Jan. 21 to show solidarity and unity among women, their partners,

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Featured, Leadership, Monthly Feature, Women's Issue

Understanding Women’s History Supports Equality

By Tamera “EON” Pillay, Staff Writer If you support equality for any one group, you should support equality for women.