What Happened to the “Working” in International Working Women’s Day?

 A post by staff member Daniel Willey Wednesday, March 8th marked International Working Women’s Day and the Women’s Strike, or the Day Without Women. On that day, women were encouraged to not work or shop and wear red in solidarity as a way of protesting inequality and showing women’s economic impact.   But, International Working… Continue reading What Happened to the “Working” in International Working Women’s Day?

*Favorite Things* List from the United State of Women

A top 10 favorite things list about the United State of Women Summit complied by Women's Center director, Jess Myers. Maybe you heard about this little thing that happened in Washington, D.C. this week called the United State of Women Summit. If not, just to fill you in, it wasn't little at all - it… Continue reading *Favorite Things* List from the United State of Women

My Lesson in Women’s History to the GOP Candidates

A blog reflection from Women's Center staff member, Carrie Cleveland I watched the Republican debate twice.  Yes.  That is six hours of my life I spent listening, analyzing, and forming my own opinions about the candidates. I went in with some preconceived notions.  I knew any talk about Planned Parenthood would make me upset because… Continue reading My Lesson in Women’s History to the GOP Candidates