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  • On July 9, 2015, the WSRC donated proceeds from the 2015 Vagina Monologues to the V-day Organization (not pictured), The Rape Crisis Center of Coastal Horizons Center, and The Carousel Center for Abused Children.

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The WSRC has Moved!

The WSRC is now virtually under the College of Arts and Sciences. The office and resource center have moved to Bear Hall Room 211 effective November 11th, 2015. This new location will provide better space to support the program's mission of offering students a space for gathering, resources, and referrals. For any questions or concerns, contact the WSRC at wsrc@uncw.edu or 910-962-7870. Check back for more updates soon!

News

Spring 2016 Events

announcement Vagina Monologues Production

Coming March 2 King Hall Auditorium 7pm

Dukhata screening

Black Women Speak poster

SPOTLIGHT ON:

Conversations with Roxane Gay

The WSRC cosponsored with Arts and Leadership Lecture Series an evening with author Roxane Gay whose notoriety came with the publishing of several books including Bad Feminist. Burney Center, Feb. 2

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UNCW Care, Katie Vance, and members of UNCWs Feminist Student Alliance, Rebecca Fernandez and Nada Merghani along with Justin Ammons and others enjoy a few minutes before the lecture in a relaxed atmosphere with Roxane.

Uppity Women: Feminism and the Experience of Women of Color

Dr. Thompson, Dr. Bill McCarthy, Kimberly McLaughlin-Smith and Dr. Vibeke Olson were joined by members of the Centro Hispano, FSA and students for a passionate discussion about Black Feminism, Intersectional Feminism, Identity, Inclusiveness and those lost in history. Jan.20 Lumina Theater

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  • The first “I am a Feminist” Poster Series was proudly hosted by the Women’s Studies Student Association. The poster series is an activist movement meant to combat the negative connotations associated with the word “feminist” and make it more familiar and relatable to audiences through visual evidence. Every school day for the month of November, posters of different UNCW students, faculty and staff went up on bulletin boards in a variety of buildings around campus. See slide show below:

 


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