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Author: Beatrice Burroughs

Syrian National Coalition Appeals to UN For Help After Claims of Another Chemical Attack

Activists and the Syrian National Coalition have reported claims of another chemical attack in Syria in the Idlib province. The incident is said to have occurred on Sunday, Feb. 4. The Syrian government, headed by President Bashar al-Assad, denies the claims that his government has used chemical weapons on its Read More

The Women’s March, Encouraging Women to Vote and Run for Office

One year ago, on Jan. 21, 2017, people flooded into the streets across America, with marches happening from coast to coast, in protest of the election of Donald Trump. Approximately four million people marched that day, making it “likely to be the largest single-day demonstration in recorded U.S. history,” according Read More

Embodied Palestinian Solidarity: A Lecture by Nicole Bindler

Nicole Bindler, a Philadelphia-based activist, choreographer and dancer, gave a lecture discussing her social justice-centered performance at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) on Nov. 2, 2017. Bindler focused on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and more specifically the Palestinian struggle for freedom from occupation under the Israeli government. Bindler is a Read More

The Brilliance of Birth Control

It’s 2017, and still people do not have sufficient access to birth control, there is still a constant encroachment on reproductive freedom on behalf of the religious right, and still, people are framing arguments promoting access to birth control in a way that appeases conservatives. No, this is not the Read More