Category Archives for Feminism
This is a cross-post with Feministing. On June 10th, 1963 the U.S. government passed an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act making it illegal to pay women less than men for the same work. That was 50 years ago, … Continue reading
To the strong woman who made me the feminist I am today.
Earlier this week I had a post published with the Feminist Wire as part of their Race and Feminisms series. It was a hard post to write, since it was the beginning of me explaining exactly what I mean when … Continue reading
Here’s a quick round-up of what’s been happening out in the Latina Femisphere this week (and what I’ve been contributing to it). I’m becoming addicted to images to prove simple points. In fact, my Facebook page is rife with them. … Continue reading
I recently started writing for Feministing, an awesome online blog dedicated to empowering and engaging young feminists. I’m a big fan, and pretty stoked to be among so many amazing women! Today’s post just went up with a quick round-up … Continue reading
I don’t usually post about things specific to Santa Cruz, or even the Bay Area, where I’m from. However lately, there has been a lot going on here at UC Santa Cruz that I think will be relevant to university … Continue reading