Judy Holiday, associate professor of rhetoric and communication studies, spoke on the topics of societal assumptions and perceptions of violence, and on the topic of Western personhood and how it relates to indigenous and feminist ideologies Tuesday via WebEx before an online audience of 37.
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Nancy Reyes, associate dean of learning, innovation and teaching, along with faculty and students shared stories of important women in their lives who have inspired others.
Saudi Arabian women are seeking asylum from oppressive guardianship laws, and companies like Apple and Google are contributing to their lack of safety by refusing to remove the Absher app from their app stores.
Recent graduate Kimberly Gonzalez and University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner discussed Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz’s role as a feminist educator in 17th century Mexico City Wednesday in the University Chapel.
Nature, relationships, inner peace and the self. All of these words define what is sacred to womanists.
The #MeToo movement. Surviving oppression. Social justice. The “Black Feminism and Sacred Text” workshop explores how faith informs black women’s lives and an understanding of important social movements like these.
In the midst of sexual assault scandal storms sweeping industries from Hollywood to politics and everything in between, many men have just now come to realize that this is the ugly reality women from all walks of life have always had to face. While naming names and outing prominent men help put a face on […]
I was not born on a soccer field, but close enough.
The subject of women and Islam in relation to activism, feminism and misconceptions was discussed Thursday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the Women’s History Month events. Roughly 40 audience members of students, faculty, staff and community members listened to Fauzia Rizvi, general secretary of the Islamic Society of Corona-Norco and co-founder of […]
Feminism and equality were highlighted as students gathered to speak on the difficulties men endure in adapting a feminist paradigm Tuesday night in the President’s Dining Room.