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Why Intersectionality Matters In Ethical & Environmental Movements

Ethical Unicorn . Well, this week has certainly seen some interesting developments in the environmental community. Here’s a brief TLDR if you missed the online drama in the zero waste world: Package Free Shop, a zero waste shop run by Lauren Singer from Trash is for Tossers, stated on Instagram that anyone can go zero …

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How to Prepare for the Women’s March on Washington

“Hear Our Voice” by Liza Donovan – Download here. I’m attending the Women’s March! #WhyIMarch Over the last several months, I’ve spent a lot of time stewing over the best way to make a difference in a country that has been and remains a threatening and degrading space for thousands of people. While local and …

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UVA, Greek Life, and Institutionalized Inequality

On Wednesday, Rolling Stone (the article is quite disturbing, so proceed with caution) published an exposé on the gang rape of an undergraduate student by fraternity members at the University of Virginia. Then the sh*t hit the fan: the frat house involved was vandalized on Wednesday night, professors organized protests, students organized a slutwalk, and the …

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