It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day, it’s a new life for us and we are feeling good!! Welcome back to another exciting semester of ShoutOut! 2020 was a year of trials and tribulations but thankfully we made it through. Even though things are finally starting to look up and we have a whole […]Read More Back and Better Than Ever!!
I think I had to close with the words of these feminist giants because at the end of the day that’s what our blog itself is built on. Thanks for the memories, ShoutOut! JMU.Read More So Long, ShoutOut!
Ladies, why are we at war with each other? Lets talk about why we’re stronger together, and shouldn’t let men drive us apart.Read More The Boy Is Mine.
President Biden came in to office with the right goal in mind. Diversify the people in power!! For far too long we have had too many old white men in power making decisions for a country of people that were much more diverse. With Biden as the new president-elect he is starting to try and […]Read More Meet Your Bank Account’s New Dream Team: Biden’s Picks for Economic Recovery
11/16 NewsRoom, the last and the latest !Read More From the Living Room, To the Newsroom
Sit only for a moment. Take some time to understand yourself. PAUSE.Read More “God Bless Those 20somethins'”
Recently I was thinking about my kids. No, I do not currently have kids, nor do I plan on having kids until I am at least 36 (because I need my 18 years back). But I was thinking about how I would be as a father, and I started to spiral into this deep worry […]Read More I’VE BEEN THINKING ABOUT MY FUTURE KIDS AND PRIVILEGE
Hello all and welcome back to another semester of ShoutOut! You didn’t think we were going to let a global pandemic stop us from bringing you the highest quality feminist discourse, did you? Sure, our collective may not be meeting face to face, but that won’t stop us from taking down the patriarchy one blog […]Read More We’re Back, Baby!
The Faculty Advisors of ShoutOut! JMU are humbled to bring you an ongoing summer series from our archives featuring the voices of our Black blogging alumni.
Topics to come are as diverse and nuanced as the Black community itself, and we can’t wait to share.