Photo courtesy of YouTube | Caitlin Coleman (left), Joshua Boyle (right) and two of their three children finally made their way home after spending nearly five years as captives of the Taliban-backed Haqqani network. The two experienced constant torture, but … Continue reading The family that began in captivity
By: Sylvia Chemweno ~Copy Editor~ I am not an expert on feminism. I am still a student, and you can disagree or challenge my ideas. Feminism is a word that is not liked by many people, and I think many of those who don’t like feminism don’t really know its goal and purpose. People are either are comfortable with misogyny or there is simply a lot of misunderstanding among people who call themselves feminists. This misunderstanding is common and I was almost affected by it but fortunately I could learn more about it through discussions with friends. Through interactions with … Continue reading All forms of feminism matter
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