Posts filed under: Women History Month

It was a pleasure to spend some time with Han (Amber) Wang, currently a college junior, and to talk with her about her journey both to, and within, this country. Amber, as she is known in this town, came to...
I came to the US from Morocco in 1992 to pursue graduate studies in Linguistics. I earned a Master’s degree in Linguistics from Ohio University in Athens Ohio in 1995. After that I came to Boston to pursue a PhD...
Juanita Zerda came to the Boston area from Colombia after finishing law school there. Juanita wanted to pursue her interest in human rights and the theoretical aspects of human rights law. She had another interest: martial arts and Aikido in...
A tall woman with a mahogany braid that falls below her waist, Ewa Romaniuk-Calkowska perches on the couch, ready to share the journey from her birthplace Poland to her new hometown of Winchester, MA. She and her husband came here...
Building on Human Rights Law and compassion for the resettlement of destitute and vulnerable refugees, including families and children, seeking asylum and restored lives. Deirdre Giblin is an Asylum Attorney at Community Legal Services and Counseling Center in Cambridge. She...