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Black Women’s Wage Equality

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

By: Allie Valocchi, BS Neuroscience, The Ohio State University, Class of 2022 Lalitha Pamidigantam, YWCA Columbus Policy Analyst Equal Pay Day, first observed in 1996, raises awareness of the gender pay gap by marking the date the average woman must work to in order to make what a white man made the previous year. Because… Continue Reading Black Women’s Wage Equality

Anti-Asian Violence/Racism and Policing in the Asian American Community

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

(part 2 of a 2 part series) By: Kysasurina Adhikari, BS Political Science, The Ohio State University, Class of 2021 Allie Valocchi, BS Neuroscience, The Ohio State University, Class of 2022 Lalitha Pamidigantam, YWCA Columbus Policy Analyst The term Asian American broadly refers to those with ancestry from East, Southeast and South Asia. This term, coined by Asian American activists… Continue Reading Anti-Asian Violence/Racism and Policing in the Asian American Community

Racism towards Asian Americans is an integral part of United States history

Tuesday, May 25, 2021

(part 1 of a 2 part series) By: Kysasurina Adhikari, BS Political Science, The Ohio State University, Class of 2021  Asian Americans are diverse and the fastest-growing racial group in America. They can trace their roots to more than 20 origin groups in East, Southeast, and South Asia, each with unique cultures and histories. Asians have been in the United… Continue Reading Racism towards Asian Americans is an integral part of United States history