Hope College undergraduate Sutton Steensma responds to “Trust Black Women: Reproductive Justice and Eugenics” by Loretta Ross.
Hope College undergraduate Kaylee Stanton reflects–in poetic expression–on feminist research and Women’s music as a genre.
Hope College’s Elizabeth Bassett reflects–in poetry–to Loretta Ross’s conceptualization of Reproductive Justice Theory.
Hope College undergraduate Nicole Galloway reflects on the researcher’s authority and responsibility in creating knowledge.
Hope’s student organization, the Women’s Empowerment Organization reflects on an evening of information and discussion with local political candidates regarding Michigan’s 2022 ballot and Proposal 3.
Student reflection–applying feminist Marxism to analyze the Hope Forward program and the capitalist exchange.
Kallen Mohr reflects on academic research and the promise of feminist community-based research.
Asian community members are stuck in a double-bind; trapped between high expectations and the harmful racialized characterizations that continue to exist.
A Letter from Hope College’s Women’s Empowerment Organization–a Student Club Dear WEO Community,The Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade weighs heavily on my heart. After taking a few days to process, I feel it is appropriate to release a statement to the community regarding my, and the Women’s Empowerment Organization’s, stance on …
I (Hannah Jones, ’21) attended a screening of the film Forbidden Voices on November 18, 2019, at the Knickerbocker Theater in downtown Holland. This event was sponsored by Hope College’s Markets & Morality students organization and co-sponsored by the Center for Global Engagement, Global Studies Program, Asian Studies Program, Phelps Scholars Program, Department of Political …