Not a Thank You Letter

By Rylie Geohegan  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_oXkL5sRDA Not a Thank You Letter  I could say thank you to the women gone unrecognized. To the unsung heroines who sang the song of freedom Dorothy Height, Ella Baker, Amelia Boynton Robinson To the heroines who drove buses to freedom Jo Ann Robinson, Diane Nash, Ruby Doris Smith To the heroines… Continue reading Not a Thank You Letter

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An Imperfect Solution: Education as an Amplifier for Agency

By Rylie Geohegan and Jessica Copenhaver In her discussion of improving the agency of the subaltern, Gayatri Spivak states, “I think of education as a supplement…” (“In Response” 232). This statement—which is part of a reflection on her famous essay, “Can the Subaltern Speak?,” an essay that opened discussion on the marginalization of women in… Continue reading An Imperfect Solution: Education as an Amplifier for Agency