The more suggestions that are submitted, the more likely it is that the final product will be strong and effective. We need a policy that is accessible to students, especially survivors.
We know you’ve been waiting, and we’re thrilled to announce that Early Bird Registration is now open for the 11th Annual National Young Feminist Leadership Conference!
Join us as we fight to protect Virginia’s reproductive health clinics!
Stand with us in support of Peggy Young and pregnant workers. No woman should have to choose between her job and her pregnancy.
This week in feminism has been full of strong, powerful activism from feminist-driven groups, like the 1 in 3 campaign and the It’s On Us campaign, as well as sobering news about sexual assault both on college campuses like the University of Virginia and in Hollywood. Read on for links and thoughts on the media’s biggest stories this week.
Yesterday, Ms. Magazine and Ms. publisher, the Feminist Majority Foundation, celebrated grassroots feminist activism at the 2014 Ms. Wonder Awards Luncheon and Ceremony.
Even once the vote is over, work being done on the reproductive justice movement is not.
Many have heard about Amendment 1, the new proposed amendment to the Tennessee State Constitution that will appear on the ballot this election cycle. Distressingly, however, is that many, if not more, have also heard misleading or blatantly untrue things about its intent and possible consequences.
It seems like I must be an extraterrestrial being, one who is not from the planet Earth, because apparently my ideals about women’s health equity are just that far out.
Alyssa and Taylor just returned from North Dakota, where they hired students to work on grassroots organizing against North Dakota’s upcoming ballot measure. They fell in love with the city of Fargo and the people in it. Here’s the story of their travels!