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 […]
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), so we’ve compiled four ways for you to get involved!
Congresswoman Speier, from the 14th Congressional District in California, has long been a champion for the issues that FMF and our students are fighting for, including justice for survivors of sexual assault on college campuses and in the military, and equal pay for equal work.
Feminist songs have been present in mainstream country music for decades. In order to celebrate country music’s long-running feminist streak, we compiled a playlist of our favorite feminist country songs.
When you work at the Feminist Majority Foundation, self-identifying as a feminist is not exactly controversial. But outside our office, people don’t always understand why feminism is still necessary, or what it means to be a feminist.