WELCOME TO THE
WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CENTER
This is a space where you can find the most up to date info, opportunities, and resources from the Stanford Women's Community Center!
The Women's Community Center exists to facilitate growth and engagement for Stanford students around issues of gender, equity, identity, and justice.
We do this by building community and providing innovative opportunities to explore scholarship, leadership, and activism.
Our approach is inclusive, intersectional, and welcoming of people of any gender, background, or level of prior engagement with these issues.
“The struggle against patriarchy and racism must be substantively robust and inextricably intertwined.”
JOIN OUR WCCOMMUNITY AND STAY CONNECTED!
Sign up for our wcc-announce mailing list HERE to stay up to date on our latest programming and opportunities to engage with the WCC!
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Come visit the WCC on the first floor of the Fire Truck House and check out...
STOP ASIAN HATE.
In order to for us to collectively dismantle white supremacy, patriarchy, and oppression, we must speak out and stand against the violence being inflected on our marginalized communities.
The WCC stands in solidarity with the Asian and Asian American Community.
Please read the statement from the WCC Directors condemning violence against the Asian and Asian American Community in Winter Quarter 2021 as well as resources and information HERE.
BLACK LIVES MATTER.
The nature of intersectional feminist work requires us to stand up and work towards justice and equity with attention to the intersection of oppressed parts of our identities. This cannot be done without full support and solidarity for Black liberation. This requires a focus on dismantling white supremacy, patriarchy, and structural inequalities across the board.
Please read the statement posted by the Firetruck House (WCC and QSR) in Spring 2020 as well as resources and information HERE.