Race & Gender

Athens Doesn’t Have Black Lives Matter Chapter

The Black Lives Matter movement began as an African American-centered political movement that arose ...

Cultural Appropriation Concerns Mount in Fashion Industry

By Kalah Mingo Kalah Mingo explores the issue of cultural appropriation in the fashion ...

An Interview on History: Professor Recalls Life of Thomas R. Cobb

By Maureen Sheeren   Sheeren interviews Peter Hoffer, history professor, on the influential, yet ...

Sports Protesting is Not New, So Why the Buzz Now?

By Rakel Johnson   The world of sports is being rocked by the question ...

A Fruitful Journey: One Student’s Path to Journalism

Mauli Desai, the culture editor at The Red & Black newspaper, spent the first ...

Feminism In The Workplace

By Becky Burgess   Anne Lander, technical sales for South America at Pamarco, shares ...

Feminism In The Community: The Women & Girls In Georgia Conference

By Becky Burgess   Every other year, the University of Georgia’s Institute of Women’s ...

Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement to Hold Protest

The Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement is protesting against discriminatory bar practices in downtown Athens. This ...

Alpha Chi Omega at UGA

Sorority Affirms Membership for Transgender Students

Alpha Chi Omega sorority has opened membership to transgender women at the national level. ...

Georgia Senate Bill to Protect LGBTQ Community

ATHENS, Ga.—Some Athens residents are speaking up about a newly introduced state senate bill ...

UGA Participates in X Marks the End of Modern Slavery

ATHENS, GA. — Red x’s drawn on hands and t-shirts sprinkled the University of ...

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