I’m stuck in a difficult position because I don’t want to be further isolated from my co-workers by fighting for racial inclusion at work, but I also don’t want to have to police my identity each day I come into work.
BY TAYLOR GUNDERSON
When women take their seat at the negotiating table, they can begin to erase inequality, and only then can feminists begin to achieve their goal of equality under the law.
BY PAUL DEFORD
The problem with our society isn’t Greek life members committing terrible acts. The problem is that we, as a culture, haven’t worked hard enough to get rid of the overarching problems that allow people to do these terrible things.
BY SABRINA BILIMORIA
While we have taken many steps towards becoming a safe and inclusive campus, from anti-sexual assault activism to gender inclusive housing, we still have a ways to go. Instances of sexual assault still persist on this campus. Beyond that, we, as a community, often fail to see beyond the gender binary, contributing to stigma and discrimination against those who do not conform to our strictly set norms.
BY RACIAL JUSTICE COALITION
Michigan Law is an undeniably special place. Our aim in this letter is to show support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and improve race-based dialogues and practices within our community.
BY HARLEEN KAUR
I wonder how
if I prayed like momma asked
and was good like dad told me
and served like camp taught me
Why does this all happen
Why is there so much
Hate, leaving no more room for
faith, hope, God
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