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Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going on the 40th Anniversary of Title IX

Most Americans recall the Watergate Scandal when they think about President Richard Nixon, but we can also thank Nixon for signing the Education Amendments of 1972. The statute included a portion that has impacted the lives of girls and women … Continue reading

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Men Making Change

Have you noticed that our website header features only men this month? June is International Men’s Month, and SBAI is celebrating by recognizing men who have changed the ways in which individuals, employers, government, the media, and academia think about … Continue reading

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In Response to Steven Landsburg

Today we publish the first in a three-part series of guest responses to Steven Landsburg’s comments that not only reiterated but also added to the demeaning statements Rush Limbaugh made about Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke earlier this month. This … Continue reading

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Local Student Activists for Social Justice Make the Front Page

A recent front-page Democrat and Chronicle article on student activism spotlights Rochester Students for Social Justice, a local student activist group. The group was founded last summer by University of Rochester senior and Take 5 scholar Alykhan Alani, an International … Continue reading

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January Declared Human Trafficking Prevention Month

Several days ago, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation declaring January National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. What exactly is human trafficking and where does it happen? The broad category covers several human rights violations, including forced economic exploitation … Continue reading

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