AdvaNCe U


I am a Dreamer

  By Viviana Mateo, high school student, Dreamer and member of El Pueblo, Inc. Editor’s Note: We met Viviana when she was a guest on...[Read More]

You Are How You Dress

How we dress says something about who we are and reveals secrets about our personality even before we are able to present ourselves verbally. I...[Read More]

Finding My Voice Through Poetry

Editor’s Note: We are excited to have Brittany Wilson and our Board Member Antoinette Kerr coordinating this upcoming event on November 3rd in Greensboro at...[Read More]

Thriving Through Change

Back in January I wrote an article about being an “accidental activist.” Like many in our country, my heart was broken, I needed my voice...[Read More]

We Are Our Sister’s Keeper

Editor’s Note: This piece recognizes the contributions of Fannie Lou Hamer. The Fannie Lou Hamer Institute of Advocacy & Social Action hosts a semester-long program...[Read More]

How I Became a Feminist

By Kaila Ru Eckstein   No one ever told me that I could do anything. No one ever said that even I, a curly haired...[Read More]

Hello from the Other Side

>>Hello from the other side: One writer’s confession about media inequity Don’t get me wrong, I love journalism. Even though I opted not to make...[Read More]

This is Not My Space

By Kaila Eckstein, Women AdvaNCe Intern “This is not my space. These are not my stories. I do not belong here. I should leave.”  ...[Read More]