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     Western Women's Business Center     Womansong of Asheville Women's Chorus & New Start Program

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Why We Need to #AskHerMore at the Olympics - The Representation Project 946
Bringing Pelvic Organ Prolapse Out of the Shadows 197
Hillary’s Historic Nomination for President — A Photo Essay 160
CenterLink Statement on Orlando Shooting 610
News, Opinions and Analysis on LGBT Life in the South 340
Women in the World 2012: Meryl Streep's Tribute to Hillary Clinton 617
Our Bodies Our Blog - Why Everyone Should Read This Young Woman’s Letter to Her Rapist 881
Girls Who Code and the Representation Project 836

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