• Can Extended Family Keep Teens from Making Risky Sexual Decisions?
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    Can Extended Family Keep Teens from Making Risky Sexual Decisions?

    April 2018

    WCW researchers investigate how extended family members can help teens make smarter decisions about dating, sex, and relationships.

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  • How To Be a Change Agent
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    How To Be a Change Agent

    Each person has systems in which they are privileged or oppressed. Once a person is aware of how they fit into a system, they can work to change a small piece of it, says Emmy Howe.

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  • Mother's Day
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    Celebrate Mother's Day with WCW

    For Mother's Day, we asked our friends what they want the world to know about the women in their lives.

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  • Women's Review of Books
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    New Women's Review of Books

    March/April 2018

    This issue looks at books about Colombian painter and intellectual Emma Reyes, activist and co-founder of Black Lives Matter Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the difficulties scholars of color face in gaining tenure, and more.

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  • Lunchtime Seminar Lineup
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    Meet, Think, Learn With Us This Spring

    Spring 2018

    Our spring Lunchtime Seminar Series runs through May 10 and will feature thoughtful discussions on NCAA Women's Basketball, preventing youth depression, activism for scholars, sexual assault prosecution, teacher wellbeing, and child marriage.

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international work  Linda Williams will travel to Stockholm, Sweden, in June 2005 for the Ninth European Conference on Traumatic Stress, where she will present “Violence Against Women and Children in Families Exposed to Terrorism and War.”

 

international work  Linda Williams will travel to Stockholm, Sweden, in June 2005 for the Ninth European Conference on Traumatic Stress, where she will present “Violence Against Women and Children in Families Exposed to Terrorism and War.”