The Suffolk Journal

The feminist letters: What it means to me

A platform for women at Suffolk to share their experiences, thoughts and ideas of what it means to be a feminist in today’s society.
October 25, 2017

Feminism has remained a term open to a plethora of different interpretations. There is no singular or specific way of being a feminist. To speak in general terms, feminists are those who support and actively...

Would Martin Luther King Jr. be proud of Suffolk?

Photo by Dick DeMarsico (Courtesy Library of Congress), courtesy of Suffolk University
January 23, 2014

When Martin Luther King Jr. spoke at a Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University in 1956, he said, “negroes everywhere should refuse in a nonviolent sense to cooperate with the evils of segregation.” The...

Suffolk celebrates National Coming out day with Mayor of Cambridge

November 14, 2009

Article By: Alex Sessa Cambridge Mayor, Denise Simmons, America’s first openly lesbian, African American mayor spoke at Suffolk on Thursday in honor of National Coming Out Day. “This is a place...

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