Women’s History Month celebrates women and the contribution they have in our world. A good way to celebrate is to support women authors.
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The moment student Samantha Schoner received a positive pregnancy test result, her teenage life was taken from her as she navigated through motherhood amidst adversities.
As Women’s History month commences, it’s important to reflect on impactful women who actively sought to attain equity between genders in a world of blatant misogyny and race-based discrimination.
Daily Forty-Niner · LIT at the Beach S1E3 — “The Bluest Eye” by Toni Morrison
Without the women in my life, I don’t think I’d be where I am today.
Daily Forty-Niner · LIT at the Beach S1E2 — “Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood
Daily Forty-Niner · Off The Record S2E2 — “Calladita te ves más bonita” A Discussion on Women’s Issues
Women’s Gender & Equity Center hosted inclusive and female-led organizations at the USU for Women’s History Month.
Daily Forty-Niner · LIT at the Beach S1E1 — “The Glass Castle” by Jeannette Walls
Just one year after the Title IX legislation passed, nearly 295,000 women were welcomed into the world of sports, and as of 2011, over 3 million women were participating in sports, both in high school and college. A screening of the film “Sporting Chance: The Lasting Legacy of Title IX”[Read More…]