JMU prides themselves on diversity, inclusion, and community. But, are these claims that they pride themselves on really true?Read More Does JMU really accommodate to everyone?
I had my big Eat, Pray, Love moment a couple weeks ago. During class, each person of color shared an experience that he or she had dealt with during their time here at JMU. As I felt the attention of my peers shift to me to hear what stories I had to share, I, myself, was looking for the next […]Read More I Know You Are But What Am I?
WOW. What a crummy person I am. I am finishing my second year here at JMU and not once did the thought of me being privileged as an able bodied student cross my mind. Well, until now. In 2015, ODS reported that roughly 3% of the students at JMU are registered as having a […]Read More A Right Not A Luxury
@EndlessRipples and @LivingHumanGirl coming at you live from NEWSROOM!Read More March Madness! News Edition
Let me warn you, it’s not pretty…Read More Women’s Health in U.S. Prisons
Feminism seems to be a popular topic nowadays, as we delve deeper into the Trump administration and it’s raging terror. The March for Science this past Saturday, Feminism’s intersectional identities seem to convulse in a fight for justice against society. Allies across the nation, and across the world have been fighting for justice for their […]Read More Feminism isn’t a soundboard for your privilege.
Wonder why no one is laughing at your jokes? Why no one sits with you at lunch or stands near you on public transit? You’ve tried every shampoo and deodorant from the local supermarket to the expensive ones on Amazon.com, yet people still flee as if you smell like garbage. But maybe it’s not your stench – […]Read More Am I an Ableist? 5 Ways to Stop Putting Your Foot In Your Mouth