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The For-Profit College Question

  By Hannah Moulton Belec Editor & Writer For-profit colleges and universities have attracted a sizeable share of the student population in the last decade. But since accusations of predatory […] Read more »

Article   |   Education   |   January 02, 2013

“Middle of Nowhere” Helps Fill Hollywood’s Gender and Race Gap

It’s no secret that white men dominate the film industry — women make up only 5 percent of directors, and women of color are even more scarce. So it’s no […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   October 19, 2012

Why Voter-ID Laws Are Bad for Women, the Elderly, and Everyone

On Thursday, a federal court blocked a Texas voter-identification law that the three-judge panel said would unnecessarily burden poor, minority citizens from exercising their right to vote. The court cited […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   5 Comments   |   September 04, 2012
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AAUW Outlook Fall 2012: Getting Women to the Polls

AAUW Volunteers Mobilize Women Voters: All over the country, AAUW members are doing grassroots work to inspire women to exercise their voting rights on Election Day.
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  |   ,   |   August 28, 2012

Go Green — Switch to a Digital “Outlook” Subscription!

Along with our exciting Fall issue, Outlook is rolling out a brand-new digital edition of the magazine. It’s sleek, it’s modern, and it’s easy to use. And now, for the […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   2 Comments   |   August 28, 2012

Before Title IX Babies, There Were Title IX Moms

Before dropping me off at a volleyball tournament that I was playing at her alma mater, my Mom said something to me in passing. “Look for me on the hall […] Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   June 22, 2012

AAUW Outlook — Spring/Summer 2012

40 Years of Title IX and Athletics: Title IX ushered in a revolution in women’s sports, and we can never go back. Read more »

  |   ,   |   June 09, 2012

Lilly Ledbetter: Bridging Culture Gaps for Equal Pay

Feminism has always been criticized as being preoccupied with advancing the interests of white, educated, middle-class women. While most women’s groups now take action on everything from racism to marriage […] Read more »

Blog   |   Advocacy   |   2 Comments   |   June 08, 2012

Black Feminist Filmmaking 20 Years after “Daughters of the Dust”

Two decades ago, Julie Dash’s Daughters of the Dust became the first film directed by an African American woman to be nationally distributed in the United States. Set in 1902, […] Read more »

Blog   |   Community   |   1 Comments   |   May 21, 2012

“Outlook” Magazine Celebrates Title IX

AAUW Outlook magazine is on its way to your mailboxes now, and the Spring/Summer issue focuses on Title IX in celebration of the landmark law’s 40th anniversary. Read about how […] Read more »

Blog   |   Education   |   May 17, 2012