Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022


Some fear to promote feminism because “the idea of public and politicized challenge[s] to male dominance, ha[s] been successfully coded as unattractively old, as crazy, as ugly. ― Rebecca Traister, Good and Mad.

“Changing these perceptions requires everyone to pay attention to the inequality that women continue to face. It is important to raise and amplify women’s voices in America so that women can continue the fight to be viewed for who we are—individuals who have our own needs, desires, and aspirations—and not just as whatever trend society decides to dictate as the new ideal.”

— Julianny Monegro ’23