“Although change is slow, it’s also inevitable.”
As a Filipina woman of color who is passionate about mental wellness, body positivity, and support for survivors, Corales sees her feminism as a huge part of her life’s purpose and of practicing self-love.
UCLA is a campus full of diverse events, art exhibitions, and speakers. Here are some upcoming events that FEM’s Campus Life staff is looking forward to!
Although the 3 percent raise for Gene Block may not seem that monumental at this very moment, the 3 percent raise he received this school year equates to one more student who could have attended this university if they had adequate financial support from their university.
“To me, feminism means the advocacy for women’s rights and the beautiful appreciation of all individuals as human!”
Young women are the future, and to provide them with the information and skills needed to continue this movement is critical.
Despite the biases and challenges that come with being a feminist filmmaker, countless filmmakers throughout history have worked to express themselves and create iconic, paradigm-shifting feminist films. Here are eight of the many filmmakers who we at FEM think everyone should know about.
It’s time we educate ourselves about the issues UC workers are facing so that we can show the administration that we will not put up with the way it’s treating the people who run this school. One concrete way in which we can do that right now is by showing our support for the strike happening Monday through Wednesday of this week, May 7-9.
Luisa Valenzuela is an Argentine novelist and short story writer known for her work produced during the years of dictatorship in Argentina.
“People are people and how they chose to define themselves is what they chose. No one has the right to define another person for them.”