Archives for posts with tag: MontclairStateUniversity
The Bathroom Bill
By Montclair Student Diplomat – Mateo Diaz
It is okay if you do not understand or support the transgender community, what is not okay is our society denying the opportunity for this community to be free. –Read MORE & Find out WHY —
The Misconception About Feminism
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Brianna Deleon via Huffington Post
Feminism is a movement to establish equal economical, social, political rights for women. Feminism is for men & women. Feminists fight to close the wage gap. Feminists want women to feel safe against harassment & domestic violence. Feminism is not a dirty word. We need feminism. – Read MORE —

Menstruation Is Not a Crime. Period.
By, Montclair Student Diplomat – KIrsten Kovats as publshed in Huffington Post
Read all about Kirsten’s interview with “Menstrupedia Comic’s” author Aditi Gupta, and the advances her book hold for girls and women in India & their empowerment. — MORE —
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/menstruation-is-not-a-cri_b_9919618.html

By Montclair Student Diplomat, Sarah Levy, via Huffington Post
As a senior in college suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder & anxiety, I have important advice to share that I wish was given to me prior to entering college. Mental illness is a disorder and not a decision, but here are some factors you can make decisions on. — Read More —
From Diplomat Artist: Montclair Student Diplomat Jennifer Posada describes how music can help make a difference & how the Global Citizen organization, partnered with the UN, has a very specific mission statement: to end extreme global poverty by 2030. -Read MORE –
From DiplomatArtist.com: Montclair State University Student Diplomat, “Kerry Daniels” poses: “Why won’t Hillary Clinton take a stance on a female-inclusive draft? And why she should.” Weigh in on the debate.

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From Susan Sacirbey & Diplomat Artist Buzz: Contributing factors in the denominator include child marriage, gender-based violence in the classroom, social barriers, and entrenched discriminatory norms. – MORE –
http://diplomatartist.com/half-of-the-globes-countries-get-a-failing-grade/