I started my feminist activist career in middle school when I organized a boycott of our coed basketball team to protest the fact that as girls, we were never passed to during games. I was ten years old, I was outraged, and I wasn’t going to stand for it! Since then, while I’ve changed a lot […]
Students in Tennessee are leading the fight against Amendment 1, a dangerous and far-reaching proposed change to Tennessee’s constitution that would open the floodgates for draconian abortion restrictions in the state. We’re right there with them. These are their faces!
We’re proud to be working with feminist students to defeat Measure 1, a dangerous personhood amendment being decided this election in North Dakota. These are their faces!
Young feminists are on the ground in Colorado, working to defeat Amendment 67, a dangerous personhood amendment up for a vote this November, and we’re working alongside them until the election is over. Here are their faces!
Students in Oregon are organizing in support of Measure 89, which would add the Equal Rights Amendment to their state constitution, and we’re coordinating with them to give Oregonian women the constitutional equality they deserve – equality that’s long overdue. These are their faces!
My best advice to any young feminist out there is this: Take as many as possible courses in Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies (WGSS), or the equivalent at your school, as you can.
After interrogating my personal silence, I put passive reflection aside and picked up a sign.
One of the most important journeys I began in college was of self-acceptance and love – a journey I know has and will continue to make me a better activist and leader.
I’ve only been at my new job for a week now, but already I know it’s exactly what I’m supposed to be doing at this point in my life.
Keep writing, keep sharing, and keep posting – because it’s what’s keeping this movement alive.