Campus News

Publisher to Speak on Activism

Story posted October 15, 1997


HUES (Hear Us Emerging Sisters) is a magazine for young women of all cultures, shapes and lifestyles. The magazine began while Logwood was an undergraduate at the University of Michigan. It developed after many late-night conversations between Logwood and twins Tali and Ophira Edut about self-esteem, body image, race relations and a lack of ethnic women in the media.

The three incorporated HUES Inc. in 1994. Today, the magazine has a circulation of 15,000.

Logwood, now pursuing a graduate degree in women's studies and educational psychology at Eastern Michigan University, is featured in the current issue of Ms. magazine as one of 21 "most accomplished and promising young feminists aged 30 and under."

The event is sponsored by the Women's Resource Center, Struggle and Change, the African American Society, Bowdoin Women's Association, the President's Office and the Women's Studies Program.

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