The Womyn’s Concerns House was founded in 1989 in conjunction with the Women’s Studies program. We are a community of womyn and men dedicated to being a womyn-friendly/feminist-positive place on campus, appreciating the multiplicity of experiences including, but not limited to, such areas as gender, sexual orientation, rece/ethnicity, and class. The Houseis an environment committed to promoting awareness through active discussion and education, as well as by putting theories into practice. The House is a safe, open space that operates on the basis of mutual respect and personal growth, for house members and the Drew Community at large.
The House engenders a framework that we utilize to educate ourselves and the wider Drew Community on womyn’s issues. We sustain the voice of feminist-positive womyn and men. We are devoted to educating ourselves and others about feminism, theory, and goals or eradicating oppression, which are the areas reflected by the Women’s Studies program. Through sponsoring programs at the House itself and supporting non-House programs pertaining to our goals, we join in the University’s commitment to education.
Please contact Women’s Concerns House: WCHouse@drew.edu