Head coach Amanda Cromwell said, “It’s an honor to coach this team and have these conversations because they’re really important to have.” Her closing comment highlights a major issue facing the now nationwide, professional sports-wide movement. Players and their authority figures must have conversations about uncomfortable topics such as racial inequality in this country.
Feminism gives Jada the confidence and faith in herself that society often fails to instill in her, and she hopes to use this confidence to inspire others to do the same. Jada concluded, “The world would be such a better place if we explored intersectional feminism and understood the importance of it.”
Dey’s contributions to feminism, whether by her daily actions or her professional work, advance the scope of the movement for all people by seeking to give them agency through education and awareness.
On May 19, the Lavender Health Alliance will hold a blood drive in conjunction with their petition against MSM deferral as part of their campaign against this discriminatory FDA regulation against the LGBTQ+ community.
This year, in keeping with tradition, the Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC) Elections and their tenure have been filled with ups, downs, and finally, results. To make this past month’s events more digestible and to clear up ambiguity about the election process in the future, here is a brief timeline of the election:
The workshop did a great job of addressing a topic that is not usually addressed: what feminism needs to be for students new to this country and this institution. BCC’s efforts to make Sexual Assault Awareness Month accessible to as many people as possible are evident and appreciated by those who attended this workshop.