Camilla graduated from Brigham Young University in Communications and Political Science. She loves everything having to do with culture, religion, travel, history, and traditions. Camilla's job involves conducting historical research, focusing mainly on African countries. She enjoys learning, writing, playing with dogs, napping, and playing games in her spare time.

She Stood for Freedom: How a Civil Rights Activist’s Actions Influenced her Son

Four years ago, I had the opportunity to interview Loki Mulholland, the son of Joan Mulholland, who was heavily involved in the civil rights movement. Joan grew up when race was a hot-button issue, and participated in sit-ins, secret meetings, the Freedom Rides, March on Washington, and various protests. She received backlash from friends, family,…

Some insights from the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit

Recently we got to talk to Melyssa Webb and Dana Robb, two Big Ocean members who attended the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit  held in Washington, D.C. in June.   https://endsexualexploitation.org/cesesummit2019/ We asked them about their experience at the conference, learned more about what sexual exploitation is, and how we can help prevent it. Here…

A Young Single Woman’s take on Maternal Feminism

Our capacity to create and sustain human life is a tremendous power from which society can recognize and then begin to organize around.This framework challenges the current predominant social assumption that the sexed female body is less than fully human and therefore an inferior existence. Those words on the Big Ocean Women website stood out…