• Gender Equity Movement 

    Gender Equity Movement (G.E.M.) is an afterschool club that focuses on gender expression, gender identity, and gender inequity. G.E.M. is a spin-off of the Intro to Women's Literature class, although G.E.M. eagerly welcomes members who have not taken the class, and embraces members of all races, gender identities, and sexualities. The Gender Equity Movement will endeavor to engage in meaningful discussions on gender and gender inequity, create and disperse materials to educate CCHS students, continue the work of The Period Project, which seeks to get funding for free menstrual supplies for CCHS's student population, and much more.

    Meetings are held Wednesdays after school in room 332.

     

    CONTACT:

    Lindsay Coleman-Taylor - colemantaylorl@clarke.k12.ga.us