Women's Lives & Education

Why study women, minorities, or other controversial subjects at all? The answer is: a good liberal education (liberal as in "freedom") teaches people to think both "inside the box" and "outside the box".  Gender studies programs can encourage students to creatively examine their surroundings and learn to identify both the empowering and dis-empowering properties of words and deeds and to consider the relationship of race, gender, class and ethnicity as well as the manifestation and effects of gender bias in society.   Your suggestions and submissions are welcomed.

Research on Women and Education     Women's Media Center     OnTrack Women's Financial Empowerment Center     The Community Foundation of WNC - Women for Women grants     Women's Business Center - Mountain Bizworks     Womansong of Asheville New Start Program

Display #
Title Author
Male Dominance in Media & Women Candidates Women's Media Center
Overcoming Stereotypes: Conversations Starters for Teens and Families from The Representation Project Representation Project Team
BREAKING - Rep. Cunningham and Sen. Van Duyn to Intro ERA in NC House, Senate McLendon Bylines
New Hesperian Book Focuses on Improving Health Through Community Organizing Our Bodies Ourselves
"Unspinning the Spin" Women's Media Center
WNC HISTORY: The Establishment of Rosenwald Schools Madison County, North Carolina
THE SHRIVER REPORT Jean Cassidy
AB TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE Women's Studies Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

Weather

Click for Asheville, North Carolina Forecast