Who We Are
Feminist Campus, a project of Feminist Majority Foundation (FMF), is the world’s largest pro-choice student network. With a dedicated staff of National Campus Organizers assigned to different regions in the country, Feminist Campus works with students on college campuses across the country to effect change at the grassroots, national, and global levels. FMF launched the program to inform young feminists about the very real threats to abortion access, women’s rights, affirmative action, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights posed by right-wing extremists.
What We Do
Our job is to ensure that every college campus has a thriving feminist presence. We help students start new feminist groups on campuses called Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances (FMLAs). We also work with existing college groups that wish to affiliate with Feminist Majority Foundation and get all the same resources as FMLAs! The Leadership Alliances and Affiliates constitute a nationwide network of pro-choice feminist student-run activist organizations. FMF is currently working with several hundred college campuses nationwide and the network is growing every day. Start or affiliate your feminist campus group today!
In addition to helping student groups launch and thrive, our National Campus Organizers also organize on-the-ground during state elections where anti-choice legislation is on the ballot.
What’s a Feminist Anyways?
Feminism: (n.) the policy, practice, and advocacy of political, economic, and social equality for women.
Feminist: (adj. or n.) a person who advocates feminism.
Our definition of feminism is simple yet broad: “The policy, practice or advocacy of political, economic, and social equality for women.”
A feminist is any person — regardless of gender — who advocates feminism. The Feminist Majority Foundation views feminism as a global movement dedicated to equality and seeks to eliminate discrimination of all kinds – sex, race, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, disability, and marital status. And, like feminists since the late 19th Century, we advocate non-violence and work to eliminate social and economic injustice.