From North Carolina to Virginia, students are taking action to ensure that their voices are heard loudly and clearly come the next election – no matter how much legislation stands in their way.
Archives for August 2013
Tens of thousands of women have personally shared this dream with me, and I thank you for helping me to help them.
Here’s some steps we took to prepare for this year’s feminist revolution on our campus.
The Dream isn’t over. 50 years ago, the March on Washington changed the world – but there’s a lot of work left to do. Here’s how to get involved, get a seat, and even get to DC for a week of commemoration and celebration.
We will be hosting a march and rally on Sunday, August 25th from 2-4PM on the lawn outside of Germantown Reproductive Health Clinic in Maryland to support the Abortion Access Fund. Come out for a march, awesome speakers, plenty of opportunities to meet your fellow activists, and prizes from our awesome raffle!
Keep writing, keep sharing, and keep posting – because it’s what’s keeping this movement alive.
At some point during my freshman year, I got the idea in my head that I would be more useful to the feminist movement by studying feminist theory, LGBT studies, and political science than by getting involved with campus initiatives or feminist clubs.
My number one organizing tip is to be you. Be proud of everything about you.
Meeting new people has always been a very fruitful experience for me.
Global activists and professionals gathered to send a clear message: family planning saves women’s lives.