For Black History Month, we honor and celebrate the fabulous black feminists and wonderful womanists who continue to build the feminist movement and bend the arc of history toward justice. Today’s Fantastic Black Feminist is Keri Gray-Keri is an organizer, activist and advocate working to build programming for youth that is centered on honoring the […]
As you can imagine, it’s been a tumultuous time in Washington, D.C. and across the nation. We here at Feminist Campus know how you feel. We’re still reeling from the election, and we hope that you’re practicing self-care and are leaning on one another. In these times, things feel so uncertain, and so many plans […]
Move on over, Harvey Milk! October is LGBTQIA History Month, and we’re going to kick it off by introducing you to five LGBTQIA folks you definitely didn’t learn about in history class. Sit down, take out your notes and let’s get into it! Dr. Pauli Murray “What is often called exceptional ability is nothing more […]
Since I was 7 years old, I have dedicated my life to women and girls. My mother was married at 14 years old and I had my first marriage proposal when I was twelve. Growing up in Afghanistan, I have always felt the discrimination and violence against women but instead of becoming discouraged, I decided […]
We’re against the AFA. We’re upset that our state government has chosen to align with them, and we’re upset that our university is allowing it to be done on our campus.
Last night, Feminist Majority Foundation, New Orleans Abortion Fund, and Tulane University Students United for Reproductive Justice came together to unite the community for a candlelight vigil.
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.
“People are not leaving because they don’t believe,” Jensen said. “They are leaving because it hurts too much to stay.”
Had someone told me when I accepted my admittance to Georgetown University that I would subsequently be relinquishing my basic rights as a female and accepting a status as second-class citizen, I probably would have picked a different university. Now this is not to imply that I don’t love my school, I do, but I […]
We did it! We won by a landslide, 64 to 36 percent vote against measure 3. Thanks in part to the organizing efforts and determination of college students in the North Dakota and Minnesota areas, North Dakota’s primary had astonishing turnout of 175,286 voters in 426 precincts so far. According to the Elections Department at […]