WORC UGA - Women's Outreach and Resource Collaborative at the University of Georgia
WORC UGA is a forum for feminists at the University of Georgia to speak about their opinions and experiences about various personal topics, as well as how marginalization and intersectionality affects us all.
A Quiet Revolution
Learn an effortless way to dissolve the gender binary, as well as infant and family science research on its dangers for children.
I Don't Need to Be Beautiful
When society says that you have to feel beautiful, this creates yet another obstacle for women to overcome to feel like we have obtained personhood. So why do we do it?
What if Women Ruled the World?
Egalia's Daughters: a Satire of the Sexes was published in 1977. In the years since, has the work of earlier generations of feminists shifted the power dynamics, or has the gender binary entrenched itself even more in American society?
Why Science Majors Should Care About Social Justice
Left Shark teaches about the scientific and physiological importance of social justice, featuring Nobel-Prize winning research from Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn.
Sailor Moon Blues
"When I was six years old, I wanted blonde hair and blue eyes."
I recognize my internalized racism as well as a glaring lack of positive representation for other Asian and Asian-American women in mainstream media.
The WORC Interview Guide
Interviewing is scary enough on its own. What about when your personal identity doesn't "fit" into a three-piece suit?
Read on for suggestions on how to stay true to your marginalized gender and ethnic identities when you're on the hunt for your First Real Job.