Advocates for equity, justice, and a healthier world have a wealth of stories to tell, ones that drive home the urgency of deep systemic problems and demonstrate how they affect people’s lives.
Empowering African American women in STEM
There’s still a stigma and stereotype attached to being a single woman. Society often equates marriage with success and happiness, and questions why some women remain unattached well into their 20s, 30s, or beyond.
Pay equity legislation is important, but that alone will not close the gap for women. Affordable and accessible child care will
Despite more than 1,600 arrests over the last two weeks, the government is yet to respond with a clear plan of action to tackle the climate and ecological emergency. While we sound the alarm louder and louder, the government remains silent.
Food poverty is on the rise in rich countries. And evidence suggests the impact can last for years afterwards.
What does it mean to be Cherokee in the 21st century?
As urban centres grow rapidly, inadequate housing and the lack of basic infrastructure and services affect a large and growing share of their population.
When Canada became the fourth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.
Roe may be in jeopardy, but for many women, abortion was never accessible anyways.
Missing and murdered Indigenous women not on trial
Fighting for the creation of a social system where it is possible that all individuals can live with purpose and dignity based on shared values.
The country’s twin original sins need to be addressed.
I am a semi-out sex worker
Immaculate Laker from BOSCO Uganda: “I enjoy seeing the lives of the women in rural communities change after connecting to the internet”
There is no sitting this fight out. Failure to take a stand against racism is in fact taking the position that racism is acceptable.