Tuesday, August 18, 2009

You're invited: FMF's 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference


Don't miss out on early bird registration!
Early bird discounts:
Only $15 for individuals
$12 per person for groups of 5+!
Questions?
Email the Campus Team at campusteam@feminist.org
or call 1-866-444-FMLA.
Check out the
conference website
for further details!
Dear Feminist Activist,
The Feminist Majority Foundation is proud to partner with Spelman College, the Spelman Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, the Spelman Women's Research and Resource Center, and Bennett College for Women to bring you the 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, October 9th & 10th, 2009.
The conference will bring together feminist activist leaders from communities of color around the country. Student leaders will learn about various social justice issues and come together as women of color and allies to strategize for real sociopolitical change as part of a larger movement for justice and equality.
By focusing on advocacy and activism to create political change, the 3rd Annual Women of Color Conference will help to unite all young women to take action in the fight for equality! Topics will include women's health, violence against women, health care reform, the economy, global reproductive rights, media, and much more.
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION HAS ALREADY BEGUN!!!
Take advantage of early bird registration discounts BEFORE SEPTEMBER 25th and register today! After the 25th, the regular registration fee will be $20 for individuals and $15 per person in groups of 5+. To arrange group registration at the discounted rate or for more information, please contact the Campus Team at campusteam@feminist.org or 866-444-FMLA.
Check out our conference website for details about registration, conference schedule, lodging, and more!
The time is NOW! Unite with other young feminists and start making change for women everywhere!
For Equality,
The FMF Campus Team
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Posted by:

Jerin Alam

National NOW Young Feminist Task Force

NOW-NYS Young Feminist Task Force Chair

National Organization for Women (NOW)

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