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Gapastione opens up with an inspiring talk to the audience before the film starts.

A local nonprofit strives to change the way we think

March 31, 2019

BraveMaker is an emerging nonprofit based out of Redwood City, seeking to make a difference in not only the way we look at each other, but the way we look at change. Its goal i...

Queer Time Podcast is run by three teenagers who report on current events in the LGBTQ community and provide their own commentary.

Queer Time Episode Seven: Equality Act & Birmingham

March 23, 2019

  On this episode of Queer Time Podcast, Zach discusses the Equality Act and a recent controversy surrounding a school in Birmingham. Edited by Mikayla (Miki) Nguyen....

Sophomore Morgan McClellan participated in the ribbon event, where students wrote their names and preferred pronouns on a yellow ribbon.

Students participate in activities to advocate gender equality

March 13, 2018

What is gender equality? Many students asked this question before Gender Equality Week, which informed them about the true meaning of gender equality and how it extends far ...

Carlmont dedicates a week to promoting gender equality

Andrea Butler, Staff Writer

March 10, 2018

Gender equality is a goal that is being worked toward on a daily basis worldwide. Here at Carlmont, Gender Equality Week is a week where students can appreciate the rights they have and support others who might not have the same rights. “It's important to ensure that gender equality is recognized and celebrated as it is important to treat everyone fairly and equally,” freshman Mihai Tudor said. ...

Belmont resident Diana Ross expresses her appreciation for the resolution and its actions.

Belmont City Council unanimously approves civil rights resolution

April 4, 2017

The crowd buzzed with energy as the council members entered the room. For some, the regularly scheduled Belmont City Council meeting was just that– a regularly scheduled...

Maddie Standlee, a sophomore, stands in front of a poster covered in derogatory comments made by public figures. The quotes are being painted over for an activity celebrating Gender Equality Week.

Students join the fight for gender equality

March 12, 2017

For over 150 years, women have fought for equal rights. This past week, that fight was brought to Carlmont. Run by the Human Relations Commission of ASB, Gender Equality Week featured a new t...

Sophomores Kaylee Moropoulos and Izzy Bruguera pose with their whiteboard message at an activity during 2016 gender equality week.

The road to a future of equality

February 8, 2017

Gender equality week, coming up in March, was created in hopes of spreading equality throughout campus. The week was created by the human resources commission of ASB and is...

Scots spread love

January 15, 2016

A woman is strolling down the streets of San Francisco. The hijab wrapped around her head makes her stand out among the crowds. As she approaches her favorite bakery, her headscarf...

Feminist Club members, Sophomores Evelyn Lawrence and Sydney Pon, hold up the equality sign.

Feminist Club spreads gender equality awareness

October 9, 2014

Carlmont's Feminist Club strives to spread awareness about gender equality and feminism around Carlmont High School and the community. Senior Elise Dimick, the club's co-president,...

Claire Porter, a Carlmont graduate, poses with a sign explaining why she needs feminism. Photo provided by Claire Porter.

Feminist club aims to promote gender equality

September 3, 2014

Similar to other clubs at Carlmont aiming to give voice to several minority groups, the Feminist Club strives to educate students on the principles of feminism while discussing...

Senior Kalila Kirk

Continuing to fight for equality

April 8, 2014

Carlmont’s well-known social activist will be moving on to larger-scale issues in college. Senior Kalila Kirk has always been passionate about the education and advocacy of ...

Carlmont is an integrated school, containing hundreds of students from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.

Racial equality was made in December

December 17, 2013

The 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution reads, “Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly c...

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