Nov 23, '17
Below is this year’s Grade 11 winner of the Serup Poetry Competition.
I am on a slow train to Ikeda —
a town in western Japan
where you lived as a baby
when you had curly chestnut hair.
I met you years ago
when I lived in a world of
white houses with white fences
fish and chips on grass
pumpkin spiced scones
and my father’s grey eyes
the kind of eyes that I never had.
Jun 24, '17
Whether we choose to name it Feminism, Gender Equality, Womanism or Equalism, the search for the equality of all people is an as-yet unattained goal. To help examine the challenges presented in overcoming gender inequality, one elective available to Grade 10 English students in May was Gender Equality 101.
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