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Films to stream:

The Claremont Colleges Libraries Kanopy collection includes several Media Education Foundation films gender and on gender and media.

Research and Scholarship Resources

Claremont Feminist Archive

  • This archive will be a collection of feminist, disability studies, gender studies, and queer studies student projects at the Claremont Colleges. It is meant to serve as a way to value knowledge production from those often excluded from scholarly conversation and allow future generations of students learn from past students. We encourage all students to submit their work in related subjects!
  • If anyone is interested, email the work in whatever form possible, but preferably PDF, to feministarchive@gmail.com (Students can include names or submit anonymously).

Women in North Korea Politics

Women in North Korea Politics is a website dedicated to understanding the relationship between women and the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, better known as North Korea. Women have always played an important role in the conception of North Korea, but recently women like Choe Son-hui, the first female foreign minister of North Korea, and Kim Yo-jong, the first female propaganda minister, are now exemplifying a surprising shift towards a future of North Korea that relies heavily on female leadership. Still, a massive amount of human rights abuses against women happen on a daily basis from forced military service without access to feminine sanitary products and large amounts of human trafficking out of North Korea and into China. This website hopes to tackle how these two realities of North Korea, one as an embracer of female leadership and another as an abusive authoritarian regime, can simultaneously exist on the world stage. Here, you will find biographies on influential female North Koreans, articles on important topics concerning the treatment of women by the DPRK, a timeline of important events, and a list of NGOs that are active in advocating for the victims of the North Korean government. I created this website to shine a light on an issue that I believe deserves the utmost attention, yet rarely makes it onto most peoples’ news feeds. If you would like to be informed on the current state of women’s issues in North Korea and ways you can contribute to betterment of the North Korean people, please check out this website!  – Chloe Kastl ’25 (CMC)

Free Counseling for 7C Survivors

The EmPOWER Center is thrilled to share the launch of a new program! Through a collaboration with the Lavender Healing Collective, we are offering free, virtual, confidential, trauma-informed counseling services to 7C student survivors of sexual assault, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Counseling is available to students of all gender identities without a long wait. To schedule, simply call 424.542.8880 or complete the form at lavenderhealingcollective.com/contact-us and identify yourself as a “Claremont Colleges student.”