Tag Archives: women’s rights

Women’s March in Fresno, a call for inclusion and justice

The second annual Women’s March in northeast Fresno brought many walks of life together on Saturday for a nationwide demonstration supporting women’s rights. The event not only focused on issues affecting women but on social topics that have been debated ...

Read More »

Human Rights Day commemoration in Fresno

By Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor, Fresno State professor emeritus and chair of the Human Rights Coalition “Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights once and for all.” Those were the powerful and bold words expressed by Hillary Clinton, ...

Read More »

The CDC’s sexist advisory

Women are now asked to live on some form of birth control from the time they are 21 until they encounter menopause because they hold the capacity to possibly give birth. Is this a dystopian novel? No. It is the ...

Read More »

Kennedy’s legacy discussed on eve of 50th anniversary of death

Four Fresno State professors spoke Monday about the historical significance of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and his legacy as president during a panel discussion.

Read More »

One Billion Rising celebrates women and awareness

Students on campus broke into dance at noon Thursday for V-Day: a One Billion Rising movement to end violence against women all around the world. One Billion Rising began as a call of action based on the statistics that one ...

Read More »