Broad Recognition

A Feminist Magazine at Yale

Yale & New Haven

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Lydia Brown: Looking Beyond the Pathology Paradigm

Lydia Brown is petite, bespectacled, and an undergraduate at Georgetown University. She is quick with a joke, and prone to self-deprecating humor, proudly admitting that she’s “really good at smashing [her] face into things,” and adding …

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The Word is the Word is the Word

The crowd was chanting when Elizabeth Alexander took the stage at the National Rally for Citizenship. They had been chanting for hours: the reverends and rabbis, the politicians, the mother who had battled to keep her …

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Interview: Adrien Weibgen LAW ’14

Adrien Weibgen is a second year student at Yale Law School with an interest in community organizing and racial justice. Before coming to Yale, Adrien served as one of the Steering Committee Members of

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