From race and socioeconomic status to gender and sexual orientation, diversity comes in many different shapes and sizes.
In a world where the white male view is made normative, being both a person of color and a woman alters one’s lived experience.
When I applied for my dream position of editor-in-chief of Currents, there was no doubt what my theme would be. Exploring gender equality and feminism was the only option.
This past semester, I have had the incredible opportunity to serve as editor-in-chief of Pepperdine’s Currents Magazine.
Currents magazine gave Seaver students the opportunity to share their perspectives on and experiences with gender inequality and feminism.