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10 Things I Love About Me: Sandra No

March 20, 2015

(10 Things I Love About Me is a blog series designed to celebrate our wonderful staff and volunteers at the Dubb. We ask our bloggers to list ten things they love about themselves so that readers can get to know them better!) Sandra No (Program Coordinator) 1. I love my... Read more »
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Victim Blaming

March 9, 2015

By Kelly Stewart Victims around the world are blamed every day for being raped or assaulted. Victim blaming can take the form of saying that they could have done something differently to avoid the event, they brought it on themselves or more. Victims are never to blame. Ever. S he... Read more »
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Today and the Women’s Resource Center at CU Boulder

Feb. 27, 2015

Part 2 of a 2 part series (See ‘The History of Patriarchy’) By: Anonymous History demonstrates the rise of patriarchal societies around the world, but even in the present day gender roles and lifestyles are affected greatly by the ever-persisting patriarchy. Many current problems face the world because of patriarchy... Read more »
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10 Things I Love About Me: Amanda Linsenmeyer

Feb. 25, 2015

(10 Things I Love About Me is a new blog series designed to celebrate our wonderful staff and volunteers at the Dubb. We ask our bloggers to list ten things they love about themselves so that readers can get to know them better!) Amanda Linsenmeyer—Director, Women’s Resource Center 1. I... Read more »
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Social Constructionism in Rousseau and Wollstonecraft

Feb. 23, 2015

By Marlene Aramburo Inequality is a controversial topic that people have analyzed for centuries; while masters argue that they deserve their authoritative rights, slaves fight for their emancipation. Though all rulers agree that their servants are born inferior to them, some justify the act of subordinating others by employing biological,... Read more »
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The History of Patriarchy

Feb. 13, 2015

Part 1 of 2 By: Anonymous In an age when family was the most significant connection, a vengeful Romeo kills the fair Juliet’s cousin, Tybalt. Where it seems she should mourn her cousin, Juliet cries out of Romeo, whom she has married in secret, “shall I speak ill of him... Read more »
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10 Things I Love About Me: Teresa Hernandez

Feb. 11, 2015

(10 Things I Love About Me is a new blog series designed to celebrate our wonderful staff and volunteers at the Dubb. We ask our bloggers to list ten things they love about themselves so that readers can get to know them better!) Teresa Hernandez—Interim Associate Director, Women’s Resource Center... Read more »
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Mad About Mondays: Heroic Women in an Unforgiving Ideology

Feb. 9, 2015

By Sandra No In modern western cultures, the modern woman is seen as an aspiring individual who holds an immense amount of power over her own body and her own mind. However, in this “modern” era, there are subtle and overt institutions that are in place to subdue women in... Read more »
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Mad About Mondays: Just Around the River Bend

Dec. 1, 2014

Just Around the River Bend: Institutionalized Racism and Sexism by Sandra No As a child, I’ve favored Pocahontas and Mulan because these characters most resembled or related to me: black hair, dark brown eyes, they were more of a tom boy than a dainty, fragile princess figure. As a child,... Read more »
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10 Things I Love About Me: Marlene Aramburo

Nov. 19, 2014

(10 Things I Love About Me is a new blog series designed to celebrate our wonderful staff and volunteers at the Dubb. We ask our bloggers to list ten things they love about themselves so that readers can get to know them better!) Marlene Aramburo (Volunteer) 1. I love my... Read more »

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