Students having questions about rape policies on campus led to a student-initiated, educational, public health club event being silenced.
Archives for April 2015
Just as my understanding of reproductive justice has transformed through clinic defense, my relationship to feminism has evolved.
Speaking from my experiences as a student organizer at The University of Alabama, progressive student-led activist organizations in the South face not only cultural barriers, institutional barriers and organizational barriers, but often encounter barriers from fellow “progressive” organizations as well.
As a leader in human rights worldwide, it’s critical that the United States recognizes where it lags behind. Otherwise, how could it ever improve?
Virginia Tech Womanspace members launched the #SitDownVTFootball campaign to voice their concerns about the conduct of the Virginia Tech Football players who were in attendance at the group’s 26th Annual Take Back the Night. These roundtable contributions tell the story through the eyes of three feminist leaders on VT’s campus who were there, and who are demanding accountability.
It’s Time 2015 is an initiative aiming to bring tons of people from across interests and identities together for the same mission: supporting women and girls at all levels in leadership.
When I was a victim, there was nothing in the media that supported victims of violence. If anything, I thought it was my fault. I felt alone. Now I know why I felt that way, it was due to our rape culture. We need to educate everyone, especially our young ones, on what rape truly […]
Get Into It — Join Feminist Campus at this year’s CLPP Conference! Join the Feminist Campus team next weekend for Civil Liberties and Public Policy’s 29th annual conference for students and activists, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom.” Registration closes tonight! Held at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, CLPP helps students and […]
Our story is not over yet and neither is our fight. We still have a long way to go and I know things will happen that we never saw coming, but I know we have made some great strides thus far and I am proud of that.