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The Model Minority Myth

By Ava Lee-Green What is the Model Minority Myth? The first page of the Chinese Exclusion Act. Photo via Wikimedia Commons. The Model Minority Myth boils down to expectations. By focusing on particular indicators of “success”, positive stereotypes are seemingly created about Asian Americans. Think: hard workers who have succeeded…

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Period poverty and the Equal Rights Amendment: striving for menstrual equity

Period poverty, (the lack of access to sanitary products and adequate menstrual hygiene management), is an issue that disproportionately affects women and girls worldwide and other people who menstruate. It is a manifestation of gender inequality that highlights the urgent need for comprehensive solutions to address this pervasive problem. In…

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Unveiling the Disparities of AI: The Impact On Cis-Gender and Trans Women

In the modern era, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has revolutionized numerous aspects of our lives, from healthcare to transportation, and everything in between. While AI holds great potential for progress and innovation, it is vital to recognize that disparities exist within its development, deployment, and usage. We'll explore the specific impact…

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Should restaurants care about equality & the ERA?

In today's society, equality is a fundamental value that transcends all industries and sectors. Restaurants, as important social spaces where people gather, have a unique opportunity to champion equality and make a positive impact on society. This post explores why restaurants should care about equality and the Equal Rights Amendment…

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HIV Vaccine Awareness Day - breaking the stigma & ending the epidemic

By Gloria Jiang HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, which takes place annually on May 18, is a day of recognition and appreciation for the collective work of researchers, healthcare experts, volunteers, and community participants who dedicate themselves to developing an effective HIV vaccine. This day also serves as a platform for…

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Promoting Equality and Empowering Families: The Impact of the Equal Rights Amendment

By Velu Ochoa Raising a family is a rewarding yet demanding journey; in the United States, many families face numerous challenges that make the journey even more arduous. From financial struggles to inadequate social support systems, expensive child care, and a lack of family-friendly policies, the obstacles can feel overwhelming.…

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Mother's Day messages from the ERA Coalition team

On this Mother’s Day the moms at the ERA Coalition have a message for you: Bettina Hager “For this Mother's Day, I fight for the ERA and I fight for it for my daughter, but I also fight for it for myself and for everyone who fills this role." https://youtu.be/Nz3rsneCdvk…

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The Power of Equality: Why It Matters in America

In the United States of America, the concept of equality has been at the forefront of societal progress. From the founding principles of the nation to ongoing social movements, equality has played a vital role in shaping the American identity. Let's explore why equality is crucial in America, highlighting its…

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Asian American and Pacific Islander women fighting for equality in the U.S.

By Velu Ochoa Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) women in the United States have been fighting for equality and justice for generations. From advocating for immigrant rights to combating anti-Asian hate crimes, AAPI women continue to make their voices heard and drive positive change in the United States. We…

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Why sex ed should stay in schools

By Velu Ochoa It seems that politicians these days are trying to weaponize everything and anything for their own political agenda. Recent attempts to stop or ban sex education in schools include the Don’t Say Period’ bill in FL that aims to restrict how, what, and when health and sex…

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