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The Sweet Taste of Lemonade  by Cheryl Thompson
The Sweet Taste of Lemonade

The Sweet Taste of Lemonade

Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter never ceases to amaze audiences. For nearly 20 years, she has consistently recreated herself, her music and her brand.

It is easy to forget that she began her career in 1998 at age of 16 as part of the girl group Destiny’s Child. Since then, she’s become one of the most recognized R&B/pop singers in the world—and one of the most critiqued. With each album, listeners delve into her creative subconscious, and her latest (sixth) solo project, Lemonade, is no exception.

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Choice Feminism  by Meghan Murphy
Choice Feminism

Choice Feminism

Have you noticed that a lot of conversations about female empowerment today seem to be stuck in a discourse of choice that makes it difficult to challenge—well, anything at all?

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Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?  by Renee Bondy
Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?

Women's Studies: Is it Time to Change Course?

It’s been four decades since the first women’s studies courses were offered in Canada, and the discipline seems to be hitting its stride. The first credit course in women’s studies was offered at the University of Toronto in 1970, and the first degree-granting program was at the University of British Columbia in 1971, a year after San Diego University established the first women’s studies program in North America.

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