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Women's Outreach and Resource Collective | A collaborative community for advocates of gender equity and social justice

An Interview with Sharon Saxton

by Julie Saxton Interviewee: Sharon Saxton My mother has been one of the most important influences on my personal beliefs. From the beginning, she has taught me to respect all people of all backgrounds, to speak up for myself, and to fight for equality. Since she grew up in a very different time, during which…

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Why My Mother is Not a Feminist

By: Laurel Haislip One usually does not have enlightening experiences while doing laundry, which made this laundry day even more surprising. Home for the holidays, I pulled my new “Georgia Feminist” shirt out of the pile, ready to throw it into the washer. Excited about my newest (and most comfortable) purchase, I held it up…

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