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Although there is just one degree plan offered in women's studies, it is a program that by its very nature creates something in its graduates that few, if any, other programs can say — this program produces successful agents of change. It's impossible to become part of this program and participate in the learning and interactions that it requires without essentially becoming an activist. That doesn't always mean a person is marching and carrying signs; activism can be much more personal than that. It's making a commitment to change things for the better, to be in tune with your fellow citizens, and to hold society to standards of justice and equality that can slip through the cracks.
Catherine Emmanuelle | Eau Claire City CouncilBeing a women's studies student helped to create a social justice framework to better understand how the world works, and how it doesn't work. Every day I am able to apply this framework, empowering me to be a part of the solution in addressing complex social issues.
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