To Saloni, feminism is not about empowerment, because women are already powerful. Rather, it is about changing how people perceive that power, including women themselves.
On Monday, Oct. 8, UCLA’s undergraduate student club Bruin Consent Coalition (BCC) debuted their week-long photo-campaign “Love Shouldn’t Be Scary,” taking a more wholesome and Halloween-themed approach to commemorate October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to facilitate dialogue around relationship violence — a topic that many struggle to address.
A review of the 2017-2018 Cultural Affairs Commission, an organization founded upon diversity, education, and activism.
Young women are the future, and to provide them with the information and skills needed to continue this movement is critical.
Using social media to find the casual hookup of our dreams, because that’s what we all dream about, right?
On the evening of Feb. 8, the formerly incarcerated Puerto Rican nationalist and activist Oscar López Rivera hosted an event in Moore 100 on the current situation of Puerto Rico as a colonial state under the U.S., and the devastation of the island in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
On Wednesday afternoon, at UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs, Dr. Victoria Baranov presented her research on the correlation between women’s empowerment and perinatal depression in rural Pakistan, utilizing a form of psychotherapy to subdue symptoms of depression during maternity, restimulating the decision making agency of pregnant women.