September 18, 2018 RE: Young People Call on You to Oppose Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation to the Supreme Court Dear Senators, Today, our bodies, lives, and futures hang in the balance as we face the possibility of a Supreme Court Justice whose decisions will deny our rights and harm our communities for decades to come. […]
The Feminist Campus team is beyond excited to announce that 2019’s National Young Feminist Leadership Conference will be held March 9-11 right outside of Washington, D.C. We’ll be opening registration in 2 months on September 24, so stay tuned! And be on the lookout for any NYFLC emails, where we’ll be offering registration and hotel room […]
Note: This is a guest blog from Sydney Spreck, a senior at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota. Sydney’s passions lie in reproductive justice policy and expanding abortion access for all people. She is a major in both Political Science and Women’s Studies, and currently serves as the President of Students for Reproductive Rights on campus. Sydney has also […]
Every year, the Feminist Campus spends months planning the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference (or NYFLC, as we like to say) right outside of Washington, D.C., where hundreds of young feminists gather together during a weekend in March to learn, connect, and grow with one another. The campus team had such a great time at […]
A little over two weeks ago, on January 19, 2018, thousands of anti-abortion protesters turned up in Washington, D.C. to attend the 45th annual March for Life. Feminist Campus showed up too – wielding “Keep Abortion Safe and Legal” signs, ready to counter-protest. For many of us, this was our first time at the March for […]
Note: This is a guest blog from Tayler J. Mathews, a PhD student in political science at Clark Atlanta University. Her activism centers women, gender, and sexuality. This piece details Tayler’s personal experience reporting gender discrimination and attempts to make sense of this experience as a student at a historically Black university. You can follow Tayler on […]
Note: This is a guest blog from Karrieann Soto Vega, a PhD Candidate in the Composition and Cultural Rhetoric program in the Writing Studies, Rhetoric, & Composition Department, currently working as a Teaching Associate in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department at Syracuse University. Her research and pedagogical interests span decolonial feminist efforts and Puerto Rican […]
It’s day two of NYFLC 2016! Even more great news: We’re livestreaming our biggest sessions via Ustream!
If you’re not in DC right now for the 2016 National Young Feminist Leadership Conference, no worries. We’re livestreaming our biggest sessions via Ustream!
A coalition of more than 70 women’s and civil rights groups today called on the Department of Education to remind post-secondary schools that it’s their legal obligation to protect students from online anonymous harassment under Title IX and the Civil Rights Act. In the wake of threats faced by women students at the University of Mary Washington (UMW) on […]