The fall edition of The Siren Magazine, UNC’s feminist publication, showcases the hard work of activists on campus and gives readers the information they need to get involved. The edition will be released at its launch party tonight.
The Siren aims to fill a hole in student publications on campus by voicing issues of human rights, gender, sexuality and identity, all through a feminist lens.
Senior Amanda Kubic, co-editor of The Siren, said the magazine tries to take an intersectional approach in its work by covering a broad range of important issues, from economic inequality to LGBT discrimination and the ways these topics interact with one another.
In its spring 2015 edition, The Siren identified what it considered to be the most pressing social justice issues pertaining to UNC’s campus. The fall edition highlights the people who are working to solve those very problems.