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Wellesley College Media & Identity Project Survey
Wellesley Centers for Women is doing a nationwide online survey study called the Media & Identity Project. This study is being conducted by researchers at Wellesley College. They are inviting young people between the ages of 12-22 to participate. They are interested in how the use of social media, technology, and TV influences you. The survey will take 15-20 minutes and your answers will remain private. At the end of the survey, you will get a chance to enter raffle prize drawings of $25, $50, and $100. Hurry because the next drawing will be on February 15 (and every 2 weeks thereafter)!
Please enter the webpage below to begin taking the survey.
Ivonne Ortega '12, speaks with Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program
WAGS Major, Ivonne Ortega '12, discussed her summer 2011 experience with NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado with CLPP, a national reproductive justice organization, in their fall 2011 newsletter:
"One of my main projects this summer was to do research and come up with a two-hour reproductive justice workshop for the staff at NARAL CO. Planning this event and coming up with the workshop exposed me to a lot of different resources and organizations in the Reproductive Justice community and in the non-profit community of Colorado and forced me to come up with my own working definition of what reproductive justice is."