The recent #MeToo campaign has brought a lot of stories of sexual assault to the forefront of our culture. It’s important that victims have the resources they need to fell safe.
Victims of sexual assault should have a strong support group to lean on. Education is key to fixing this prevalent problem in the country.
Recently the Boy Scouts of America started allowing girls to join the program. What does this mean in terms of gender equality?
In times of political tension, we should try even harder to have conversations that are conducive to a healthy rhetoric.
Women’s healthcare is in an uncertain state right now. Contraception provides more benefits than one might think.
People often overlook those with mental health issues, even more so those who are young and can’t speak up for their rights.
After one of America’s worst mass shootings in recent history, the nation needs more than thoughts and prayers for the victims. They need justice in the form of Congressional action.
Women’s rights may be in trouble under America’s current President. How will we all fight for equality and humanity in today’s times?
Lexie explores why Black Lives Matter isn’t anti-police or anti-white America. Awareness and activism can help bridge the gap in today’s culture.
Have you heard of the popular novel-turned-television series, “The Handmaid’s Tale”? Dorothy explores her fears that women’s rights in America might begin to reflect those as seen in the Hulu TV series.
Do you have strong thoughts about the Confederate flag? Here’s one perspective on why American heros should take the place of Confederate monuments.
A few votes are weak, but a collection is strong. Where will you stand in 2020?