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Barber: Life in 1947, Women’s Work

Barber: Life in 1947, Women’s Work

By Shaelyn Barber

March 18, 2018

Among old belt-buckles, wooden furniture, yard appliances and music records, I found gold at a yard sale: a copy of Life Magazine from Sept. 15, 1947. It’s brimming with history, a time capsule of what life was like almost 71 years ago. So begins “Life in 1947,” a series discussing the fascinat...

Barber: Yes, I Have a Period

Barber: Yes, I Have a Period

By Shaelyn Barber

March 8, 2018

Human egg cells are stored in the ovaries. They travel down the fallopian tubes once a month. The uterine lining thickens in preparation for housing a developing child. If the egg is fertilized with sperm, it will attach to the uterine lining and begin to grow into a fetus. If the egg remains unfertilized,...

The Women’s Leadership Summit Is Not Just for Women

The Women’s Leadership Summit Is Not Just for Women

By Broderick Sterrett

April 3, 2017

I was registered for a Women’s Leadership Summit run by women, for women and about women. I had a recurring thought during and after the event: we need more men. We need more male, transgender and nonbinary people to attend future Women’s Leadership Summits because the notion that this was solely...

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