@wokewarrior here giving you this semester’s final act. This semester in ShoutOut has been monumental. We’ve accomplished so much this semester. From day one we have championed an unstopped force on this campus. Even from the first day of class we shook shit up. From walk outs on the first day to haters in our […]Read More It’s been real, it’s been fun. Bloggers, its been REAL FUN.
Salutations everyone! Get excited, it’s our first newsroom of the semester! Supreme Court Supports Transgender Military Ban Some not so exciting, fun, or fresh news. On Tuesday, January 22nd, the Supreme Court announced that they would be honoring Trump’s ban on transgender individuals from serving in the US military. This comes a year and a […]Read More We got the NEWS!
I am filled with so much joy to be welcoming our new 2019 ShoutOut! feminist bloggers. In this short time as a group we have celebrated new achievements —– meeting new people, getting to know one another, and engaging in ShoutOut!’s first rigorous class structure. But we have also learned that we still have so […]Read More Here Ye, Here Ye! Feminists are here!
I would like to believe that everyone has heard of bell hooks, but the truth is, a lot of people have not. And if you asked me a month ago, I would have been just as much in the dark as many other people. So with a “love slap” and a little push, I read […]Read More “Feminism is for Everybody” a bell hooks book review
In lieu of the events in Charlottesville and other heated race related events, there has been a large push for unity in the African American community. However, African American women for years have criticized the unity of black men and women, or lack thereof. The question becomes who treats who worst? With my hands in […]Read More Our Sisters’ Keeper: Are Black Men the New White?
Crystal Valentine is a black, queer, woman and award-winning slam poet from the Bronx, New York. Crystal is a recent graduate from NYU and is the three-time grand slam champion of NYU’s Poetry Slam Team as well as the two-time winner of the College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational. Crystal has been featured on MSNBC, Blavity, […]Read More DEEP Impact-Cultural Series Features: Crystal Valentine
Marsha P. Johnson, an activist and singing drag queen, sex worker, trans-woman and Andy Warhol model, devoted her life and ultimately her safety to the progression of the LGBTQ+ community. She was the flashy poster child for the 1969 Stonewall uprising and was at the front of all protests for LGBTQ+ rights at the time. […]Read More Marsha P. Johnson and the Panic Defense