• Our Voices

      Davidson Davis, Joy; Hoose, Gabriella; Lachman, Bernice; Morse, Bailey; Murray, Alise; Nau, Kelsi; Palozzi, Julia; Szurgyi, Melissa; Tucker, Daphne; The College at Brockport (2018-08-27)
      Our dissenting voices call for the dismantling of all identity-based power hierarchies that silence and oppress marginalized voices. We attempt to understand how the invisible forces of a binary world put women into roles of “lesser”.
    • The Hunter vs. The Hunted

      Palozzi, Julia (2018-08-27)
      I share this story to illustrate an example of psychological sexual coercion and the power dynamics that allow such coercion to exist. We must understand that the root of this problem lies in the nature of power between men and women. I do not think that these dynamics are born to us naturally. The biology of men and women has nothing to do with the nature of the power dynamics that can exist between them. This power dynamic is one that has been ingrained into our society through generations of separating the public and private spheres of work.