Young Women of Color

by Jessica Igollo-Ogele Listening Session “Listening is being able to be changed by the other person.” –Alan Alda Statistics (Why is this important?) “In 2012, for example, underrepresented minority women received only 11.2% of bachelor’s degrees in science and engineering, 8.2% of master’s degrees in science and engineering, and 4.1%

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Melanin Matters

“The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman.” Malcom X On March 28th, 2021, one of Junior Squad Leaders, Zy’Novia James, hosted a virtual discussion panel entitled “Melanin

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Overcoming Domestic Violence

by: Zariah Valentine Many individuals all around the world face domestic violence. Domestic violence includes behaviors that physically harm, intimidate, manipulate, or control a partner. Verbal, physical, emotional, and technology abuse can all be signs of domestic violence. Multiple forms of abuse are often times present at once in an

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Women’s History Month: All You Need To Know

Since the dawn of humanity, women all across the world have made various contributions in the fields of politics, science, arts, entertainment, sports, etc. And March is the time of the year when we celebrate these contributions. That’s correct! The month of March is popularly regarded as “Women’s History Month.”

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