If you’re not set up to vote in the upcoming midterm elections, this is your “Full Stop, Drop Everything, Register, and Roll” alert.
We’re sharing voter comments and asked Mwende five (OK, six) questions to move her along from “Feminist You Should Know” to “Feminist You Knew When.”
It’s International Human Rights Day, which means we’ve got a lot of thinking to do about how to improve the lives of folks around the world.
Starting today, the larger Feminist Campus community – that’s you! – can cast a vote for who moved you deeply, inspires you most, or simply has your favorite haircut. You have exactly one week to vote for a winner in our Feminist You Should Know contest using our handy-dandy voting form!
We’re gonna introduce you to all ten finalists using excerpts from their nomination forms. Right now. Like, right at this moment.
On November 19, Albuquerque residents will vote on a deceptive ballot measure that would effectively ban abortion after the 20th week without exceptions for rape, incest, fetal abnormalities, or the health of the mother.
CPCs have been experiencing success as legislative attacks on women’s health leave communities across the nation without real abortion and preventitive care resources. That’s why NARAL and the Feminist Majority Foundation are joining forces for a CPC Week of Action from November 11 to 15, 2013.
We’re on the lookout for feminists across the nation who are doing big things.
Maddie and Carmen just back from a follow-up trip to Ohio, where they eventually screamed their brains out about women’s rights at the statehouse in Columbus!
We stand with the students of SCSU. And we couldn’t be more proud of what they’re doing.