December 1 was World AIDS Day. Here’s how we took action.
Archives for December 2013
We’re sharing voter comments and asked Mwende five (OK, six) questions to move her along from “Feminist You Should Know” to “Feminist You Knew When.”
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“At the urging of others, I am taking a hesitant trip down memory lane.”
The effects of environmental racism and ignoring women’s needs come at a significant cost to society.
When women have access to care, entire nations become healthier.
Whether we are advocating for living wages, safe work environments, affordable childcare, or the right to organize, all of these aspects of economic justice are a battle for human rights.
If you had asked me about violence and international human rights three years ago, I would have immediately imagined some war-torn country far, far away. Then I was raped.
It’s International Human Rights Day, which means we’ve got a lot of thinking to do about how to improve the lives of folks around the world.
Starting today, the larger Feminist Campus community – that’s you! – can cast a vote for who moved you deeply, inspires you most, or simply has your favorite haircut. You have exactly one week to vote for a winner in our Feminist You Should Know contest using our handy-dandy voting form!