Guest post by D. Robinson As an FMF intern, I have the opportunity to write toolkits regarding campus activism and organizing. In this first installment (the others will be coming over the course of this week and the next!) I will be discussing different strategies to organizing on an affluent or apathetic college campus. If […]
Guest post by Alison T. So the DC Campus Interns have been assigned the project of blogging campus organizing tips for different types of campuses, in order to provide our fellow college feminists with some tools for making change on their campuses. My first topic is one with which I have a lot of experience: […]
FMF-Affiliate group, BNOW at UC Berkeley, uses this Feminist Survey to educate students about feminism and recruit new members. Take a look and think about tailoring one for your campus and club! A quick survey… I empower myself. I care about the true meaning of diversity. I believe in equal pay for men and women. […]
April is generally known for the coming of spring and for DC residents, the first sight of bloom of cherry blossoms. But April also brings us another significant focus–Sexual Assault Awareness Month. This is a great time of the year to renew one’s commitment to activism, and what better way to do that than advocating […]
According to a campus police report, at approximately 8 a.m. Wednesday morning, a white male rode by and slapped at least three different women on the buttocks. Two of these women chose to report the incident to campus police, and the department issued a public safety notice via email to BSU students and faculty.
Guest post by Mariel According to the Department of Justice, 1 in 6 women will face some type of sexual violence in their lifetime. One of the ways to work to eliminate this violence is to raise awareness. Don’t know how to raise awareness for sexual assault on your campus? The blog Stop Street Harrassment […]
One of our chartered campus groups, the Feminist Majority at the University of Chicago, is quoted in this Chicago Tribune article about a newly minted student organization on campus, “Men in Power.”