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UA Feminist Caucus to host Deconstructing [Dis]ability panel

Patrick Smith

January 26, 2016

WHAT: “Deconstructing [Dis]ability” panel discussion held by the UA Feminist CaucusWHO: Beth Overland, Deaf Support Specialist at the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services Dr. Nirmala Erevelles, UA professor of soci...

It's time for “the talk”

Cameron Ridgeway

October 27, 2015

Let’s talk about menstruation: the monthly (give or take) discharge of blood and mucosal tissue from the lining of a person’s uterus that usually starts around their early teenage years and ends during menopause in the la...

Intersectionality in the feminist movement

Sehar Ezez

September 9, 2015

Last week, my peers Cassidy Ellis and Lindsay Macher, along with Ruth Bishop, put forth two opposing views to explain the obstacles each side perceives as issues with inclusiveness within the feminist communities. Both parties ra...

Opposing Views: Is feminism for everyone?

Leigh Terry

August 31, 2015

Last Friday, the University of Alabama Feminist Caucus (UAFC) held a rally titled “Celebrating Women.” Afterward, one of its attendees, anti-abortion proponent Ruth Bishop, posed this question to our page: “Is feminism fo...

Just to clarify: feminism is for everybody

UA Feminist Caucus

November 16, 2014

TJ Parks made several misguided statements about feminists in his recent article “Feminists must make their positions clear to attract more supporters.” He seemed to essentially argue that because the feminist movement doesn’...

Groups celebrate diversity

Groups celebrate diversity

November 12, 2014

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