Tag: Representation

Diversity in Health Care event advocates for equity

Photo by Kim Bongard Over 300 students and faculty visited Trustees Pavilion for an all-day symposium called Diversity in Health Care and Human Services II. The symposium is supported by the Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Language federal grant that Ramapo received last year to enhance the Certificate in Spanish […]

Women’s Center hosts talk on media representation

Cartoon courtesy of Wikia Over the years, television and movie producers have faced scrutiny for the lack of representation of minorities. Disabled individuals in particular have faced an extreme lack of representation in media. Characters with disabilities are scarce in movies and television programs, and even when they are featured […]

Misinformation about Biseuxality Perpetuated by TV

Photo courtesy of Wikipedia TV is a major player in shaping how America sees the world and when people allow TV to dictate their thinking, without deep introspection, it perpetuates the stereotypes that TV puts forward. It is 2016 and the media still has problems with bisexuality. I, and many […]

LGBTQA Representation Prominent in Ramapo Greek Life

Greek life has a history of having an undeniably heteronormative culture in contemporary American society, especially depending on your geographic location and specific fraternity or sorority interests. It comes as no surprise that many LGBTQA-identified individuals may feel that attempting to pledge for a fraternity or sorority would be a […]