Each of our campus organizers handpicked their favorite items from the Feminist Majority Foundation webstore and we’ve made a list (and checked it twice…) just for you!
Archives for November 2014
We at Feminist Campus want to wish y’all a very happy Thanksgiving and share with you why we’re thankful the feminist movement! Feel free to chime in with your own reasons on Twitter! Be sure to tag @FeministCampus!
Stand with us in support of Peggy Young and pregnant workers. No woman should have to choose between her job and her pregnancy.
According to the United Nations Development Fund for Women, nearly 90 percent of Afghan women suffer from domestic abuse which is often caused by close relatives.
I grew up in a mixed-status family with anxiety of the possibility that some of my cousins, uncles, and aunts could easily be deported back to Mexico or El Salvador and fear that I would never see them again.
This week in feminism has been full of strong, powerful activism from feminist-driven groups, like the 1 in 3 campaign and the It’s On Us campaign, as well as sobering news about sexual assault both on college campuses like the University of Virginia and in Hollywood. Read on for links and thoughts on the media’s biggest stories this week.
Yesterday, Ms. Magazine and Ms. publisher, the Feminist Majority Foundation, celebrated grassroots feminist activism at the 2014 Ms. Wonder Awards Luncheon and Ceremony.
The 1 in 3 Campaign, a project of Advocates for Youth that highlights the stories of women who have had abortions, is hosting its first-ever online “speakout” event today – and it’s so easy for you to get involved!
Even once the vote is over, work being done on the reproductive justice movement is not.
Students in Tennessee are leading the fight against Amendment 1, a dangerous and far-reaching proposed change to Tennessee’s constitution that would open the floodgates for draconian abortion restrictions in the state. We’re right there with them. These are their faces!