WCW Blog Guidelines
The Women Change Worlds blog of the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW) encourages WCW scholars and colleagues to respond to current news and events; disseminate research findings, expertise, and commentary; and both pose and answer questions about issues that put women’s perspectives and concerns at the center of the discussion. Since 1974, scholars at the Centers have conducted social science research and evaluation, developed theory and publications, and implemented training and action programs that have informed changes in attitudes, practices, and public policy. The WCW blog moves the discussions forward on issues important to women and girls, families and communities.
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e. To not post anyone's telephone number, street address, email address, or any other personal information.
f. To evaluate the accuracy of any opinion, advice or other content you post.
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