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15
May

On America’s History with Abortion

It is with shadowed hearts that we reflect on today’s news. Crowning a series of virulent anti-abortion bills passed by state legislatures and signed into law by state governors, Alabama has passed …

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29
Mar

Women’s Reproductive History

March is Women’s History Month, and we here at UC Press are proud to share our rich record of publishing stories of women from throughout history, between disciplines, and across borders. Please …

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17
Feb

A Shared Experience: The Campus Common Read

Supporting the learning, development, and success of students during their first year of college is a unique task. As higher education professionals, you help students find their footing and create ties to their …

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10
Dec

10 Vital Books on the Fight for Human Rights

Human Rights Day is observed every year on December 10th—the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted, 70 years ago today, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. A milestone document, it proclaimed the inalienable …

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09
Jul

America Defines Latinos

What are the social consequences of anti-immigrant rhetoric? Do racist words translate into violence against immigrants? Does this rhetoric discourage immigrants from participating in civic life, interacting with law enforcement, or obtaining needed …

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