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Healthcare and MCS

by Miranda Le When I first began working for the Chemical…

Reflections on Chemical Sensitivities and the Coronavirus

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by Cheyenne Walker It is June 1, 2020. I am writing this from…

On the Toxicity of Beauty

by Hong Phan “Protecting people from dangerous materials…
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Catalyst: Special Issue on Chemical Entanglements

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The UCLA Center for the Study of Women (CSW) announces the publication…

Con•nec•tion: Forty Years of Artist’s Books

by Arielle Bagood Though galleries and museums may be…

Undergraduate Research Opportunity at the Center for the Study of Women

Contribute to CSW’s Chemical Entanglements research project…

Oral History and Social Justice

By Shreya Ramineni Despite their public availability, oral…

Living with a Chemical Illness at UCLA

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By Grace Stevenson Have you ever felt nauseous after someone…
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The Burdens of Chemical Toxicity for Children and Women

By Megan LeGresley A couple of months ago, my mom forwarded…

Oral History as Tool of Social Justice: Challenging the Status Quo

By Christine Tran At an early age, I learned to perceive history…