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Sue Homer

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Sue Horner has been involved with EEWC since 1978, serving in a variety of leadership roles, including acting as the EEWC archivist and representing the membership on the executive council. She formerly taught at North Park University in Chicago. She is currently Scholar in Residence at The American College of Greece.

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The Power

In her newest science fiction novel, The Power, Naomi Alderman takes the reader through a global cataclysm that disrupts normative relationships between men and women. Women develop a scane: a muscular strip across the collarbone that emits electrical power. With scane activation, women can give shocks and are able to physically overpower men.

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Dan Wilkinson’s Reflection on the 2017 Women’s March — “Dissent is...

Throughout the day waves of emotion moved through me. It felt so right to stand for justice and be a part of a fantastic movement that said, “We won’t let our country go backward. We will rise up; we will work together to ensure justice for all—not only for a select few.”