Tag: WGS News

Remembering RBG on the 27th Anniversary of her Supreme Court Appointment

October 2, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Memorial Signs and Flowers

On October 4, 1993, Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to the United States Supreme Court. We’ve curated some resources to

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EWU Gender, Women’s & Sexuality Studies Program Announces New Name and Major

September 23, 2020

Processing - by Favianna Rodriguez

As part of Eastern Washington University’s commitment to address ever-changing regional, national and global environments, the university is thrilled to

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COVID, Structural Change, and EWU’s Future – Inlander Column

September 18, 2020

A young person makes a BLM poster for a car demonstration.

Judy Rohrer, PhD reminds us in an Inlander commentary, “There are no shortcuts to fundamental structural change, no shortcuts to

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Professor Judy Rohrer’s “White Supremacy is the Deeper Virus”

Car protesters with signs that read: White Supremacy: What have I done today to confront it? What more can I do tomorrow? and Justice 4 George!

Judy Rohrer, PhD reminds us, “Before we act as accomplices, we need to listen. And I mean really listen hard,

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COVID-19 Reveals Viral Discrimination, Higher Ed Should Pay Attention

May 28, 2020

Image by Dr. Judy Rohrer: car protest that took place in Oakland, CA on April 11, 2020 organized by Mom’s 4 Housing and the Black Housing Union

An article by our director, Judy Rohrer, PhD, titled “COVID-19 Reveals Viral Discrimination, Higher Ed Should Pay Attention” was published

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Dr. Judy Rohrer’s “Eres Mi Otro Yo: Storytelling from the Borderlands” published by Rutgers

May 18, 2020

A person stands in front of a butterfly mural with the #TijuanaTranforma painted by @biennenipaatijuana

Eres Mi Otro Yo: Storytelling from the Borderlands by Judy Rohrer I want to tell a story about recognition, misrecognition,

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WAGE Center and Work Study Students Create Intersectional Responses to COVID-19 Website

May 4, 2020

Rendering of coronavirus molecule

Our WAGE Center work-study students have spent some time over the last couple of weeks creating this website of intersectional

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Judy Rohrer’s “The virus does discriminate” Featured in the Spokesman-Review

April 21, 2020

Rendering of coronavirus molecule

People are still saying “the virus doesn’t discriminate,” but we know that’s not true. The virus is hitting vulnerable populations

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EWU Professor’s Book Finds Admirers in an Unexpected Place

February 18, 2020

Mimi Marinucci

Like many university professors, EWU’s Mimi Marinucci uses her own book in one of the classes she teaches. But she

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KREM Features AiR

February 14, 2020

Lili Navarrete and Lisa Logan Interviewed by Casey Decker of KREM

Casey Decker of KREM visited Women’s and Gender Studies to interview 2020 Activist in Residence, Lili Navarrete and WAGE Center

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