Interviews | Pro-Life Activist Stephanie Gray
Sometimes it’s possible to whip off a story or interview without much reflection. Other times we have to pause, determine what our personal beliefs are or reframe them. January was the month of the Women’s March and the turnout and volume, quantitative and audible, was impossible to ignore. Social Media was swept up in goodwill [...]
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Social Studies | Local Vancouver Woman Goes Missing
When a local woman goes missing Her Vancouver pays attention. Where and why is she gone? Does anybody know? Is it a continuation of the long history of violence against women or did she just check out of her life for a while. We noted the news of Florence Leung’s disappearance. She is a [...]
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Social Studies | Trump Bugs Us
Although we can’t analyze all the large events and moments in minutiae that led to the election of Donald Trump as the president of the United States, we can state that there is no time like the present to celebrate and honor women and support our American sisters. While Trump objectifies women, pigeon-holing them into [...]