On Wednesday night, we’re heading to Busboys and Poets for a discussion on voting with Martha Burk, political psychologist and women’s issues expert. You should come!
Our DC intern team hosted a briefing, “From Passion To Progress,” to discuss how to put a women’s rights agenda into action.
On Monday, 90 days will have passed since almost 300 Nigerian girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram. Activists are gathering to make it clear that it’s been too long.
Edwith and I are headed down south this week to Jackson, Mississippi, where we’ll be co-sponsoring and participating in Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Conference, Youth, and Young Adult Congress.
We decided to learn more about the nature of the connection between feminism and major US religions by holding an event we called the Faith & Feminism Panel. The discussion we had that night was incredible.
Today we rallied for buffer zones in Clinics in Massachusetts. These buffer zones allow for workers and patients to visit the clinic without being directly impacted by protesters.
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Last weekend, I attended an awesome free conference at California State University, Long Beach. With the help of the Gender, Women and Sexualities Studies Student Association, our FMF affiliate group, the Conciencia Femenil hosted the 2nd annual Chicana/Latina Feminisms Conference: Joteando Por Vida! Para Nunca Mas Nos Vuelvan A Borrar! This conference focused on intersectional […]
Happy New Year ya’ll! 2010 was a whirlwind of ups and downs! Downs that included the constant attack on reproductive rights, especially abortion, the failure to pass the DREAM Act and the increase in teen suicides amongst LGBTQ youth. With Arizona leading the way on passing the most unequivocally racist pieces of legislation of 2010 […]