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A Gritty Cocktail: Messy Axiology, Performing Freedom & the One Drop Rule

29 April 2016 KELISHA GRAVES Ernestine: “We can survive anything,” Sam: “That’s what I’m afraid of

“Oh Lord, Pray, Sinner, Come:” The Cultural Reverberations of WGN’s Underground

21 April 2016 KELISHA GRAVES “Oh Lord, pray, sinner, come. Move, Daniel. Move!” -Ms. Ernestine’s song. opening

The Audacity of Scandal’s Abortion Scene

SOURCE:THE ATLANTIC Around this time of year, “Silent Night” typically evokes nativity scenes: a mother and

A Woman on the $10 Bill Means….?

The U.S. Department of Treasury has confirmed that we will definitely see a woman on the

SCOTUS and The New Trans Movement

Today is a historic day in the United States, the Supreme Court has just ruled in

“He Named Me Malala”

  Global Education advocate, Malala Yousafzai appears on The Daily Show to talk about the new

The Curious Case of Rachel Dolezal

Everyone knows who Rachel Dolezal is. She’s the hot new face of the grey area of

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie to Girls: “Forget About Likability “

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is infamous for dropping gems as it relates to the liberation of women.

28-Year-Old Creates App that Lets You Take Back Text Messages

There have been ongoing programs and initiatives set in place to close the STEM gender gap.

What is Gun Violence Prevention for Millennials?

GenYnot has partnered with Generation Progress to produce a Gun Violence Prevention Series. Generation Progress is

Why the Taliban Fears Teenage Girls

On Friday, the Nobel Peace Prize for 2014 was awarded to Kailash Satyarthi, an Indian child’s

Women Become Experts of Their Own Experiences with #WhyIStayed on Twitter

After Raven’s running back,  Ray Rice was released and indefinitely banned from the NFL, a discussion

17 Beliefs About Sexual Assault That Are Dead Wrong

Drinking puts you at risk of rape. Wearing revealing clothing makes you a target for harassment.

10 Things the Media Won’t Tell You About Black Millennials

via The Root Millennials, those born between 1980 and 1999, are arguably the most misunderstood and the most

Young Women Need the Ohio Equal Pay Act

As a young woman, I find it really embarrassing that in the year 2014 women still