Are you interested in unique stories, poems, photographs, and essays by JMU women? Are you interested in learning facts about womanhood, women’s health, and women’s experiences? Are you interested in sharing your own experiences with others? If so, then Sister Speak’s literary zine is the place to look. Recently, I had the awesome experience of […]Read More Sister Speak: More Than a Women’s Literary Zine!
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Stopping Violence Against Women Last night, February 15th, Sister Speak and NOW sponsored a performance of The Vagina Monologues at the Memorial Hall Auditorium. I had heard about Eve Ensler’s play several times, but I had never caught a performance myself. As soon as I walked in, I chose a seat away from the crowd. I […]Read More A Blunt Discussion About Body Image: The Vagina Monologues!
The National Organization for Women (NOW) is a prominent United States organization founded for the benefit of women’s civil rights and strives to remove many forms of gender discrimination. At JMU and in the local Harrisonburg area, we have the privilege of having Elizabeth Hogan as our President. Even though she has graduated, she has […]Read More Do Feminists Really Burn Their Bras?: An insight into the National Organization for Women