Plus, learn what research shows us about the Trump Administration's border policy.
WCW Co-Hosts Inaugural Women of Color Conference at Wellesley College
Presenters focused on self care,
rejuvenation, creativity, and empowerment throughout the Women of Color
Conference held in partnership by WCW and The Home for Little Wanderers
in June at Wellesley College. The program was geared toward providers
who work with thousands of at-risk youth and families across the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts and provided a context in which to view
the critical work done on behalf of young women and girls of color. Rev.
Liz Walker and Dr. Paula Johnson were two of many dynamic speakers at
Family Equality Council Honors Dana Rudolph ’88 for LGBTQ Parenting Blog
Last month, Family Equality Council
honored award-winning journalist Katie Couric and writer Dana Rudolph
’88 for their commitment to the LGBTQ community.
online content manager for WCW's National SEED Project, was recognized
for her writing and advocating for LGBTQ parents on her blog
Mombian, in media outlets across the country, and through organizing the annual #LGBTQFamiliesDay.
Separating Parents from Children: Research Shows Lifelong Consequences
"When you look through the lens of
neuroscience there is no debate -- ripping children from parents is
extraordinarily traumatizing," writes Amy Banks, M.D., senior scholar at
WCW, in a blog looking at the Trump Administration's "zero tolerance"
How do you talk with teens in your
extended family about dating, relationships, and sex? We are recruiting
participants who are 18 or older for phone interviews about how they
talk to a high-school-age younger brother or sister, cousin, niece, or
nephew about these topics. Those who complete a phone interview will
Keep up with all of the ways we are
advancing social change through research and action in our newest
Report. It features highlights from our panel at the United Nations, new research findings, publications, and recent presentations.
you for your interest in helping to shape a better world for women and
girls, families and communities. To learn more about the Wellesley
Centers for Women and how our research informs social change, visit our website .