activism

activism

Fall 2015
Failure is OK. Imperfection is fine. So writes Emily-Anne Rigal ’16 in her new book, FLAWD: How to Stop Hating on Yourself, Others, and the Things That...

Stories of Empowerment

Three Barnard alumnae share their journeys as feminists

BCRW Archive Fever

A lunchtime lecture by Che Gossett
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
12 PM
BCRW, 101 Barnard Hall

Prof. Premilla Nadasen explores history of African American household-worker unionizing

The latest book by history professor Premilla Nadasen, Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement (Beacon Press, 2015) sheds new light on an often-overlooked activist movement of the mid-20th century—that of African American domestic workers.

Honoring a Powerful Legacy

A portfolio that includes feminism, scholarship and activism, social justice, and gender studies: celebrating Janet Jakobsen, Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Salon.com features Prof. Premilla Nadasen’s book on the domestic-worker movement

An excerpt from Household Workers Unite: The Untold Story of African American Women Who Built a Movement, a new book by Associate Professor of History Premilla Nadasen, was recently featured on Salon.

Book by Emily-Anne Rigal '16, "Flawd," reminds readers it's ok to be less than perfect

Senior Emily-Anne Rigal, founder of the anti-bullying organization WeStopHate.org, published Flawd, a fun, illustrated guide on "how to stop hating yourself, others, and the things that make you who are you."