The Monument Quilt – a monument to rape survivors brought to you by FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture – may soon be coming to your city. And we highly recommend you check it out!
Our DC intern team hosted a briefing, “From Passion To Progress,” to discuss how to put a women’s rights agenda into action.
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.
The time for action was 89 days ago. Enough is enough. It is time to Bring Back Our Girls.
On Monday, 90 days will have passed since almost 300 Nigerian girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram. Activists are gathering to make it clear that it’s been too long.
Hashtag activism has limitations, and #BringBackOurGirls is no exception to the rule. After all the buzz, why are there still girls missing?
Each day, I wake up as a black woman; neither my womanhood nor my blackness takes precedent. So, why am I constantly being forced to choose between the two, and why are the issues that affect me as a black woman constantly being ignored?
When my campus recently brought in a local group to offer free HIV testing for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, the process did not go as smoothly as it has in the past.
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.