SOURCE: UC Davis
by Karen Nikos-Rose
The book’s essays illustrate the history of an entire continent through women and their ideas about gender: migration, colonialism, warfare, free and unfree labor, incarceration, sexuality, race, music, and women in the work force, in politics and in motherhood.
SOURCE: The California Aggie
The forum was held to answer questions about white nationalism and Charlottesville.
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