Women’s reproductive healthcare providers are the targets of an orchestrated campaign of harassment and intimidation. Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances and affiliates can help by adopting their local reproductive health clinic.
Each year in the U.S. millions of women cannot afford access to birth control. Our campus campaign works to increase access, both in your community and on your campus. Access to birth control is a fundamental human right.
Colleges women face staggering rates of sexual assault. Additionally, across the country, prestigious colleges and universities are being investigated for underreporting cases of sexual assault or mistreating sexual assault survivors.
They advertise as so-called “Crisis Pregnancy Centers” or “Pregnancy Resource Centers” on your campus or in your community. They pose as health centers and offer “free” pregnancy tests. In reality, most crisis pregnancy centers (CPC’s) are not medical facilities at all.
The Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) would put women in the United States Constitution, enshrining women’s equality and creating a national legal standard for the elimination of discrimination against women in all areas of life.
Students are needed in the state capitals to defend women’s rights and a whole host of social justice issues. Feminist Majority Foundation groups and affiliates can help by organizing a feminist student presence in state capitals.
Since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, many Afghan women and girls have gone to school, have entered the paid workforce, and have benefited from a significantly reduced maternal mortality rate. But the Taliban has not gone entirely away and is constantly threatening women and girls’ advancement and security. We must remain shoulder-to-shoulder with Afghan women and girls.
Sweatshops employ millions of people, mostly young women, in deplorable conditions around the world, while their employers profit in the billions. These modern day slaves are barely able to survive under poor conditions.
Throughout the world, women are intrinsically linked to water resources because of their roles and responsibilities in using and managing water. Women and girls are on the front lines of their communities’ and countries’ water issues.