“I know that Hillary is going to be a champion of women’s rights,” said Anna Cheyette, 18, a first-year Scripps College student from Berkeley, on campus in Claremont on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Cheyette noted Clinton’s support for paid family leave, universal child care, raising the minimum wage and reproductive rights.
“I know that Hillary is going to be a champion of women’s rights,” said Anna Cheyette, 18, a first-year Scripps College student from Berkeley, on campus in Claremont on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Cheyette noted Clinton’s support for paid family leave, universal child care, raising the minimum wage and reproductive rights. Nancy Pastor Special to The Bee
“I know that Hillary is going to be a champion of women’s rights,” said Anna Cheyette, 18, a first-year Scripps College student from Berkeley, on campus in Claremont on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Cheyette noted Clinton’s support for paid family leave, universal child care, raising the minimum wage and reproductive rights. Nancy Pastor Special to The Bee
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Scripps College tackles election-year definition of feminism

May 14, 2016 12:52 PM