This month, we celebrate Feminism Explained's TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY! In this celebratory edition, we give a summary of the work FE has been able to accomplish in 2 years, pay tribute to International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, discuss the significance of Ms. Marvel, continue analyzing the overturning of Roe v Wade, highlight FL black feminist organizations fighting for incarcerated women, and more. Like always, thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
Welcome to Feminism Explained's 23rd edition. This month, we highlight the current event of the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v Wade and the implications this has on women. We also bring attention to a case concerning Haitian women, commemorate women during the Revolutionary War, draw attention to inequalities in the culinary world, and more. Like always, thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
Happy Pride Month and welcome to Feminism Explained's 22nd edition. This month, you can read about the hardships faced by Miami's LGBTQ+ community in prisons, the basics behind the newly leaked Roe v Wade Supreme Court Draft Opinion, a profile of Clarissa Ward, a cancer killing virus, the three main types of feminism, PTSD faced by women, and a background on sexist advertising. Like always, thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
In this month's issue, you can expect to read about the importance of investing in our Nation's Care Workers, women in the Grammy Awards, a historical and modern adaption to maiden names, the importance of meditation, a question answered from our advice column (Dear FE), and more. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
In this month's issue, we draw attention to important discussions occurring, such as highlighting Autism Awareness Day (April 2nd), and the efforts of Women in Ukraine. Moreover, we cover the historic nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, the everlasting roots of the Salem Witch Trials, a policy win for Miami Tenants, and the Gender Retirement Gap. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
Happy Women's History Month! The 2022 Women’s History theme, “Providing Healing, Promoting Hope,” honors the continuous, fundamental work of caregivers and frontline workers, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. In honor of Women’s History Month, Feminism Explained is raising money to express our gratitude to women who provide nursing, healthcare, or housekeeping services through gift baskets containing PPE and a gift card. We will be raising money in three ways: selling bracelets, selling ads, and using a GoFundMe page (all links can be found on our LinkTree). We will also be hosting our second panel on March 29 at 7pm (more information will be released soon) with the topic being the month's theme. Read this 19th edition to learn more about what you can do to celebrate this month, as well as indulge in Feminist trivia, read about current events, and learn the historical significance.
For our 18th edition, you can expect to learn about influential Black Women, the history of Valentine's Day, a female empowering student organization, the connection between gender and incarceration, and the proportions of female representation in the United States. Moreover, we have introduced a new, monthly column, "Dear FE," where you are given the chance to email us questions and we will address them in the next edition.
Happy New Years! We hope you start the year fresh and informed with Feminism Explained. This month, you can enjoy reading a tribute to Bell Hooks, an analysis of Handmaid's Tale, a current event in Argentina, and an implication of a traditional holiday song. We have also included stories on what January celebrates: giving thanks and advocating for human trafficking prevention. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
Happy Holidays and welcome to the 16th edition of Feminism Explained! For the festive month of December, we have included a gift guide of women owned businesses, helping you support female initiatives. Enclosed within, you can also enjoy reading about Malala Yousafzai and Mako Komuro's wedding, the evolution of Disney Princesses, commentary on a feminist essay, the commemoration of a female lieutenant on the 80th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the analysis of a new Taylor Swift song, and an opinion piece on corporate action. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
In this month's issue, we have highlighted recent events as well as historical issues and their impact on women. Current issues include the Facebook whistleblower, the impact Alma Powell had on her husband's career, and the re-recordings of Taylor Swift. Historical issues highlighted in the newsletter are the lack of recognition of Feminism in the Arab World, gender pay inequality, commemorating women on Veterans Day, the influence of stereotypical gender roles, and pay negotiations. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
This month, we would like to introduce our new columnists: Anuthmi Waas, Olivia Abraham, Paulina Hernandez, Madeline Ley, and Ariel Scheinblum! Feminism Explained has expanded its staff to now include writers desiring to educate the public on gender inequality. With their contribution, you can read about current news affecting women such as the decriminalization of abortion in Mexico, the Senate hearing against Larry Nassar, COVIDs impact on women, and more. Other topics include profiles on Marie Curie and Sian Proctor, as well as commentary on two feminist essays. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
This month, we have drawn our attention to gender issues on a global scale, specifically the current events taking place in Afghanistan and how women may be affected. Other topics include honoring Latinx women for Hispanic Heritage Month, featuring a new female leader in tech, the unveiling of a trailblazing woman statue in Peru, and learning how the suffragists chose the colors of their movement. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
We are so excited to celebrate the one year anniversary of Feminism Explained! We would like to give our sincerest gratitude to everyone who has supported us throughout this year. In this month's newsletter, we discuss the challenges women have faced in the Olympics, the venture capital industry, and in jazz music. We also feature guest author Devon Gates and an article from The New York Times writer Gretchen Reynolds. As always, thank you so much for reading Feminism Explained!
This month, we are excited to feature several new and guest writers, including Anuthmi Waas and Grace Elliot, as well as a piece by Camilla Nelson from The Conversation. Some topics we dive into this month include the future of beauty standards, women's role in the American Revolution, and the underappreciated women behind famous male authors. We also recognize several inspiring women today, including the United Nations' recently announced Gender Advocate of the Year, activist Malala Yousafzai, and empowering musical artist Lorde. We hope you enjoy this month's newsletter, and thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained!
To kick off June, this month's newsletter features a variety of stories from an empowering female NASA engineer, to Latinx portrayal in pop culture, to two powerful guest opinion pieces, and more! We also celebrate Pride Month with an infographic of influential LBGTQ women and include the lyrics to a feminist song. Thank you for reading and we hope you enjoy this month's issue.
In this month's issue, we recognize Mother's Day on May 9th with a special piece about working and stay-at-home motherhood. We also talk about the Her Secret Identity movement, interview lawyer Molissa Farber, investigate how President Biden has addressed women's rights during his first 100 days in office, and more! This month's issue also features a guest piece by Madeline Ley. As always, thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
In this month's issue, we share some important news and our choice of local nonprofit, where we will be donating our profits: Girl Power Rocks! We also recognize the upcoming Earth Day by telling the story of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, who fought for and protected the South Florida ecosystem, as well as discuss the scary realities of feminist issues impacting our community, and more. As always, thank you for reading and supporting Feminism Explained.
We are celebrating Women's History Month this edition through an incredible interview with Mayor Levine-Cava of Miami-Dade County, a deep-dive into the purpose behind this month's commemoration, exploration into intersecionality and how women have been portrayed in film throughout cinematic history, and more!
This month, we celebrate Black History Month with the stories of several successful Black women who have made profound impacts on both Miami and our nation's history. We also meet School Board member Luisa Santos, discuss how Generation Z is working to end the stereotypes in male-dominated STEM careers, and more!
This month, we're diving into some new and interesting topics, including an interview with Monica Skoko Rodriguez of the Miami-Dade County Commission for Women, the story of the "Vaccine Queen," and top gender equality issues in 2021. We also feature a story on lasting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as some teen boys' thoughts on feminism.
Due to the holiday season, we have decided to combine the next two newsletters into one. In this fourth issue, we contemplate gender equality's impact on holiday gift-giving, celebrate Kamala Harris as the first female vice president, and connect with Miami Lighthouse for the Blind President and CEO Virginia Jacko. This newsletter also includes fun feature stories, a Neflix series reivew, and more! As always, thank you so much for reading and supporting our newsletter, and we hope that you have a wonderful holiday season!
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we tell the true story of a breast cancer survivor and the strength she showed on her journey. We also debunk common misconceptions about feminism, discuss the realities for women in the healthcare industry with a female doctor, review a feminist book, and more!
We are overjoyed by the response to the August issue, and we are excited to announce that we will now be collaborating with the P.O.W.E.R. club to help spread feminism throughout the community. This month we mourn the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, but we also celebrate her accomplishments, as well as look into a local Latina-owned cosmetics store, high school business teacher Kamal James' take on being a male feminist, and more!