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Why You Should Consider Entrepreneurship

We are often taught in school that all we have to do is get a great degree for a high-paying job. However, in this route lies school debt and possibly getting shackled in a job you don’t even want. If you’re a woman, chances are you are...

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Advancing Voting Rights Act After Being Struck Down

Similar to many female empowerment provisions, the Voting Rights Act (VRA) of 1965 is fundamental legislation. The Act prohibits racial discrimination in voting and protects the right to due process of law. Despite the efforts to expand the...

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Violence Against Women Act: Its Current Status

Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) is a federal law aimed to end domestic violence, dating violence, and sexual assault. It was first enacted in 1994 under Pres. Bill Clinton, co-sponsored by then-Senator Joe Biden and Senator Orrin Hatch....

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The Implication of the ERA to the Violence Against Women Act

Primary to being an ally for female empowerment is being aware of issues that affect or relate to the advancement of the movement. Aside from delving into history to explain the underpinnings of the cause, it is also crucial that we educate...

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