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The Brown Political Review is a non-partisan political publication that seeks to promote ideological diversity. All of the views reflected in BPR’s content are views held by authors and not reflective of the views held by the wider organization or the Executive Board.

Caroline Jones '19 is a staff writer for the Brown Political Review.

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Nigeria has a people problem. With a population of 167 million and one of the highest fertility rates in sub-Saharan Africa, the country is struggling with the repercussions of longstanding cultural and religious traditions that encourage large famil...

Empowering Nigerian Women

Nigeria has a people problem. With a population of 167 million and one of the highest fertility rates in sub-Saharan Africa, the country is struggling with the repercussions of longstanding cultural and religious traditions that encourage large famil...

A century has passed since the first woman was elected to the United States Congress, but that timespan has yielded little progress in the chronic underrepresentation of women in American federal government. In 1916, the election of Jeanette Rank...

Breaking Up The Boys’ Club

A century has passed since the first woman was elected to the United States Congress, but that timespan has yielded little progress in the chronic underrepresentation of women in American federal government. In 1916, the election of Jeanette Rank...

The environmental movement in the United States has a problem. From rooftop gardens to central parks, cities across the country have been putting the green into green spaces. In fact, cities like New York have committed upwards of $130 mi...

The Whiteness of Green Spaces

The environmental movement in the United States has a problem. From rooftop gardens to central parks, cities across the country have been putting the green into green spaces. In fact, cities like New York have committed upwards of $130 mi...