It’s almost November, y’all! Are you ready to ShowOUT? I hope so, because from October 13 to 17, we’re double-dog daring you to!
For Sexual Assault Awareness Month, we knew we wanted to be as visible as possible on campus – so we chose to hold one event a week throughout April. Now, we’re continuing those efforts.
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.
In the University of Wisconsin system, like other institutions of higher education across the country, we are plagued with a cover-up of the truth.
The thought of funding travel, lodging, and registration for eight different people was overwhelming – not to mention figuring out the logistics of traveling alone. But then, we did.
Whether you’re flipping through a comic by Alison Bechdel, blasting one of Beyonce’s girl-power anthems, watching Andrea Gibson perform “Blue Blanket,” or savoring the prose of bell hooks, it’s hard to deny the connection between feminist activism and the arts.
We didn’t have a ton of resources to deploy in any sort of fancy counter-protest, so we had the idea to send cards to the clinic staff as a way to show our support.
When campus police issued a statement about a sexual assault, the entire message was a mess. So I said something back.
December 1 was World AIDS Day. Here’s how we took action.
It’s CPC Week of Action! We’re taking on CPCs and we’re gonna #CallOutCPCs all week. To get you fired up and ready to go, we’re gonna share stories and organizing advice all week on the Feminist Campus blog. A campaign to expose fake clinics is an amazing way to be an advocate for women’s healthcare […]