voidLab is a feminist group at UCLA aiming to change the way femininity and non-male people are conceived in tech spaces.
Growing up in a society that favors straight hair makes it difficult for curly-haired woman of color to proudly flaunt their natural hair. Three young women of color I interviewed discuss their journeys of accepting their hair.
Danyel and Kadija Moulton discuss their recent collaboration, the power of sisterhood, and their triumphs over artistic racial standards.
Our Story: The Counter-Narrative was a showcase of local slam poets and musicians that brought attention to the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Mother Organization coalition is a coalition of student organizations housed at the Community Programs Office… Today, they released the following statement in support of the Afrikan Student Union and their demands for UCLA administration to take action against racism on campus and create a safer environment for African-American students.
RadWomxn Radio is the first entirely feminist radio show on our airwaves, which celebrates female musicians, and explores the intersection of feminism and music.
An individual is on vacation enjoying their time soaking in the sun. They are lured in and caught at their most vulnerable state, taken to be sold in exchange for forced labor or sexual exploitation. This person’s life has forcefully changed within the blink of an eye. I ask for you to take a second to imagine yourself in another’s shoes.
Despite the fact that the Nerd Girl Panel touched on many feminist and humanist topics, all of their answers pertained to one central theme: the representation of women in geek culture.
As each day is focused on a group that is normally left out of consent conversations, Thursday, January 22nd, was specifically focused on discussion within the LGBT communities.
Thursday focused on LGBTQ and gender based violence.