Tag: women’s history month

Why the ‘Strong Black Woman’ Trope is Both Worn-Out and Dangerous

This Women's History Month, we explain the strong black woman trope and look at not only how played out it is, but why it's extremely dehumanizing.

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7 Biographies of Exceptional Women to Read for Women’s History Month

For women's history month, I am excited to share some of my suggestions of biographies of exceptional women you should read to learn more about the ways in which we, as women, have made and continue to make history!

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The Double Standards Society Places Upon ‘Annoying’ Female Characters

This Women's History Month it's time to begin the necessary conversation on the double standards 'annoying' female characters face. But most importantly why they're so important in diverse storytelling.

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5 Strong Female Characters in ‘Harry Potter’

When we think of strong female characters in Harry Potter, we typically think of major characters like Hermione Granger or Luna Lovegood. But in this list, we're going to take a look at some of the more overlooked female characters in the series. These five women show strength in a variety of different ways throughout the seven books.

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