Daily Archives : May 27, 2014

U.S. Capitalism and Reproductive Roles: A Deadly Intersection

Feminism’s reach has undoubtedly grown in the U.S. since its inception in the late 18th century, but perhaps no other social movement has been more confusing as a result of its constantly evolving position. Even today, feminism’s simplified, overly-broad, and oft-cited definition,…

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Modern Day Segregation in High School

“Education.”  The word that once offered promise and pride has often now become synonymous with budget cuts, Common Core, No Child Left Behind, and standardized testing. Unfortunately, one of the biggest misconceptions politicians and parents alike make is believing that…

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