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Video: Women’s Research and Resource Center

A small white building

Jessica Hernandez

February 22, 2019

Director Shira Brown of the Women’s Research and Resource Center encourages all CSUN students to check out the WRRC and utilize all the resources they have to offer. The WRRC is a community and safe place for all gender identities. Two years ago, the WRRC started the Food and Toiletry Pantry wh...

Women’s March Los Angeles exceeds turnout estimates, expectations

Protesters hold up a wide variety of signs

Nathan Hickling

January 22, 2017

Hundreds of thousands of Angelenos took to the streets on Saturday to voice their commitment to women’s rights and their opposition to Friday’s inauguration of Donald J. Trump, carrying signs criticizing Trump’s sexual assault record and declaring opposition to his controversial policy shifts. Estimates...

Professional dominatrix, adult performer share journey as sex workers

Woman stands and tells story while other women listen in

Ashley Grant

March 31, 2016

A panel of current and past female sex workers, along with a CSUN sociology professor, held a discussion about the issues surrounding sex work. Members of the Women’s Research and Resource Center hosted “An Honest Conversation Regarding Sex Work,” Tuesday night at the Thousand Oaks Room ...

Biennial Phenomenal Woman Reception and Awards Fundraiser to celebrate local women

Leonie Jones

October 20, 2010

On Saturday the Ninth Biennial Phenomenal Woman Reception and Awards Fundraiser will be held to celebrate and honor the achievements and contributions of local women who dedicate themselves to the field of gender and women’s studies. The event, which is hosted by the Department of Gender and Women’s...

A.S. gives money to Women’s Research and Resource Center for their programs

Adria Brodie

August 24, 2010

Associated Students (A.S.) unanimously voted to allocate $9,000 to the Women’s Research and Resource Center (WRRC) for their annual budget. Members of the board discussed how funding the WRRC impacts CSUN students and other organizations. “The ‘Take Back the Night’ event is always succes...

‘Take Back the Night’ helps ‘reclaim our lives’

Stephanie Bermudez

February 28, 2010

Approximately 200 people gathered in front of the Women’s Research Center to “Take Back the Night” by speaking up about sexual violence and reclaiming their lives. The event, which included a variety of guest speakers, began at Plaza del Sol in the University Student Union (USU). Sheena Malhotr...

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