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Buonomo: On the pressure to become a mother

Noelani Buonomo, Op-ed Contributor

September 26, 2019

“I’ll go anywhere as long as I don’t have to take my kids.” This innocuous statement, meant purely in jest, jarred me out of my reverie. Perched comfortably at the roughly hewn tabletop at my favorite coffee shop,...

Holtzman: The Women’s March should be more than a once-a-year commitment

Rachel Holtzman, Op-Ed Contributor

January 22, 2018

According to recent estimates, more than 1 million people in Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago alone attended the second annual Women’s March this Saturday, with hundreds of thousands more rallying in cities around the...

Phillips: After Women’s March, white feminists must recommit to intersectionality

Ruby Phillips, Columnist

January 22, 2017

Millions of people united and marched all over the world to stand in solidarity against the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Saturday. I, too, proudly participated in the women’s march in Chicago with an estimated 250,000...