Tag: Women’s Herstory Month

Clued-In tells stories of forgotten feminists

The feminist movement is alive and well, but it has undergone changes since the conception of the first wave. Genesis Siverio, the student women’s outreach coordinator for Ramapo’s Women’s Center & LGBTQ+ Services, held “Clued-In: Telling Women’s Stories” to bring attention to the lesser-known women of color who acted as […]

Female entrepreneurs offer their wares at Ramapo

In the current world of fighting for sustainable and ethical consumerism, supporting small businesses has become increasingly more popular and accessible. Part of shopping from small businesses includes being aware of the people behind the products. Ramapo’s Women’s Center and LGBTQ+ Services believes supporting and empowering local women-identified businesses is […]

Doctor from Eli Lilly speaks on women in health

To kick off Women’s HERstory Month, Dr. Stephanie Taylor gave a virtual talk on women in leadership roles in the health science industry on March 1. Assistant Professor of communication arts Satarupa Dasgupta, who has a Ph.D. in health communication, hosted the event.  Taylor is a scholar and an executive […]

Herstory speaker pushes for intersectional activism

Photo courtesy of Emily Melvin. Activist, author and artist Hope Giselle was welcomed to Ramapo College on March 9 as the keynote speaker for Women’s Herstory Month. The Women’s Center and LGBTQ+ Services, the Office of Equity, Division, Compliance and Inclusion (EDIC) and Office of Violence Prevention welcomed Giselle as the […]