Tag Archives: Immigration
By Law Students for Reproductive Justice | Published: July 1, 2012
Tweet(Originally posted at RepoRepro) Rosie Wang, Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) Summer Legal Intern In many ways Bei Bei Shuai’s story sounds like my mom’s. Both women were raised in large Chinese cities, in households where both parents worked. Both came to the United States, following partners with promising job prospects. Both worked in [...]
By Shakira Sison | Published: December 29, 2011
We know that when we gather, we can speak about our marriages and our families and identify with each other’s concerns. Without explanation, we recognize the unspoken restrictions in each other’s workplaces or the dangers that exist anywhere beyond our homes’ doors. We know that in that particular room, everyone’s love and acceptance do not depend on cultural norms.
By Rosie | Published: November 27, 2011
TweetWhat I am about to address is a very British issue, unless that is, you’re not British but you have had the sheer audacity to fall in love with a British person and are thinking about settling down over here… In explanation; when I was 19 I moved to Canada for a year and fell in [...]
By athenia | Published: November 7, 2011
When I saw the cover of this homeschooling (christian) catalog, I knew I was in for a doozy. The cover features two cute white children on the deck of the Titanic with the words "Women and Children First!" above them.
By chiara galimberti | Published: October 27, 2011
TweetIn the past weeks I have read of people’s experience with the occupation movement in terms of gender, class or race. Many felt that the 99% did not represent them because it replicated the same structures of privilege that the movement is questioning. I stumbled upon beautiful pieces such as “SO REAL IT HURTS: Notes [...]