This New Yorker Piece, “Birth-Control Fears in the Age of Trump,” discusses the increased demand for long-term birth control post-election.
Access to Contraception-- 12/12/16
Mothers in Prison-- 12/5/16
Recently, the NYTimes published a piece titled “Mothers in Prison” which discusses the effects of the rapid increase in women’s mass incarceration on mothers and their children.
Tone Policing -- 11/28/16
"Girls Can Be Anything, Just Not President" -- 11/14/16
In an article titled “Girls Can be Anything, Just not President”, The New York Times discusses the significance of Hillary Clinton’s electoral defeat and its symbolic significan
Harvard Men's Soccer and Objectification-- 11/7/16
Last week, Harvard announced it was cancelling the rest of its men’s soccer season after university officials uncovered what they described as “a widespread practice of the tea
Trump, Respect & Respectability-- 10/17/16
Last week, recordings surfaced of presidential candidate Donald Trump bragging about how his celebrity allows him to get away with sexually assaulting women.
Alex Wheatley '16 *20: Apply for SINSI!
Alex Wheatley '16 *20, a former program member, is currently in the SINSI Fellowship program in the Woodrow Wilson School. Here she writes about her experience with the SINSI program and encourages you to apply!
Currency Change & The Role of Symbolism-- 4/25/16
This week, it was announced that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. We invite members to think critically about this decision and its causes and implications.