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Anu Asaolu

Op-Ed Contributor — Class of 2019

Number of articles: 2

First Article: November 17, 2017

Latest Article: December 8, 2017

Anu's Corner

Why Bowdoin fails at activism

Molly Kennedy Highly selective activism—this is a term I have coined to describe Bowdoin’s advocacy. Our student body is proud of being a culturally sensitive campus that aims to uphold the common good. In my time here, there has been a lot of mobility and activism on campus surrounding issues regarding women’s rights, LGBTQ rights and, recently, DACA.

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Reclaiming ‘#MeToo’ as a Woman of Color

Molly Kennedy A few weeks ago, while scrolling through “The Shade Room,” a news platform on Instagram, I came across allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, specifically his various acts of sexual harassment and assault towards his female colleagues.

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