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Stop using Mississippi as a scapegoat for your own discrimination

April 13, 2016

I have always had mixed feelings about being from Mississippi. I recognized the hate and discrimination that was spread throughout the state, but also saw the suppressed potential in fellow Mississippians....

Empowerment of women cannot exist within the Machine

February 29, 2016

Just last year I shared the Crimson White article asking sorority women why they continued voting for the Machine. It was a question I asked myself every day. Sorority women hold their own power and voices,...

Trans visibility and representation is the next step in trans remembrance

Trans visibility and representation is the next step in trans remembrance

November 30, 2015

Friday was Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day honoring victims of transphobic violence. In 2015, there have been at least 21 murders of trans people in the United States, including that of Mercedes...

Imprisonment of women is a feminist issue

November 10, 2015

Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama, is one of the top ten worst women’s prisons in the nation. Since 2009, it has been under investigation for harsh conditions. So what does the phrase “harsh...

There's more to queens than their beauty

October 13, 2015

In the last week, the University has participated in homecoming festivities and traditions. Along with these celebrations has come controversy and media attention for the well-known GroupMe messages from...

Dress codes promote discrimination of marginalized communities

September 15, 2015

Cities across the country have been brought to national attention for enforcement of strict, unfair high school dress codes. Dress codes are inherently oppressive because they seek to regulate women's...

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