Tag Archives: women’s rights

PHOTO ESSAY: Community members advocate for equality in the Women's March

By Judy Ly Rainier Editor-in-Chief Unlike any other casual Saturday, thousands of people were connected with the same value: equality. After gathering at San Jose City Hall, families and friends make their way through Downtown San Jose for the Women’s March: Our Power Counts. Poster: “Save our democracy. I’m in the Senate.” After going by “accident” last year, Michaela Motch

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The Women’s March is about more than just feminism

By Grace Pham Staff Writer Millions of people worldwide united for the Women’s March on Jan. 21. People were at the march not only to support gender equality, but also to support causes such as immigration reform and the Black Lives Matter Movement. Expeditions teachers Noelle Easterday, Aaron Calvert and Lissa Thiele attended the Jan. 21 Women’s March from three different locations:

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Summit Preparatory Charter High School celebrates International Women’s Day

By Kristian Bekele and Micah Tam Staff Writers  On March 8, 2017, Summit Preparatory Charter High School honored the women who have changed our lives as a way to join the conversation sparked by the observance of International Women’s Day. This day is meant to celebrate all the accomplishments that women have brought toward the advancement of the world. Teachers from

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