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National director for Black Youth Project 100 and board member for black reproductive justice organization SisterSong, Charlene Carruthers is...
Arkansas State University “Empower Her” Series Features Female Artists In The Campus Community For Women’s History Month Arts & Entertainment
The new program at their Multicultural Center hopes to allow the community a new medium for expression.
Arkansas State University is featuring women artists in their “Empower Her” series which will be going on throughout the...
University of Colorado Students Quash Sexism with Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon Arts & Entertainment
Art + Feminism Initiative hopes to bring light to notable female artists on the massively public research domain.
Last Saturday, a group of University of Colorado students in Boulder, Colorado—as part of the Art + Feminism group...
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Jamilah Lemieux Empowerment
Jamilah Lemieux Kicks Off Women’s History Month With Empowering Speech on Feminism
Jamilah Lemieux is a phenomenal woman. She is a Senior Editor at EBONY magazine, a champion for black women...
Women’s History Month Spotlight: Maya Angelou Empowerment
Remembering a few of of the amazing accomplishments of a Phenomenal Woman.
Maya Angelou, born Marguerite Johnson on April 4, 1928, was a renowned American poet. At age 16, after having...
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