Sunday, January 17, 2010

Feminist Campus eZine: January 2010: Our very own Meghan Shalvoy featured

Please check out an interview with our very own Meghan Shalvoy of the NOW – NYS Young Feminist Task Force.  Yea Meghan! 

Sincerely,
Jerin Alam
National NOW Young Feminist Task Force
NOW – NYS Young Feminist Task Force Co-Chair
National Organization for Women (NOW)


Feminist Campus eZine
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND WELCOME BACK!
The Feminist Campus team is happy to welcome you back for another semester. This month's eZine has undergone a slight makeover, featuring lengthier articles and more inside information. Click on the "read more" links to access the full articles, and please let us know what you think! Email campusteam@feminist.org with your comments, questions, and ideas!
Remember that the National Young Feminist Leadership Conference is fast approaching! The conference will be held at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington, DC from March 20-22. At the NYFLC, you will join 500 young activists from around the country for a weekend of engaging discussion, inspiring leadership, and empowering activism. READ MORE

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REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS ON THE
GLOBAL STAGE
hclintonSecretary Hillary Rodham Clinton gave an inspiring address commemorating the 15th Anniversary of the International Conference on Population and Development earlier this week. National Campus Organizer Patrice Guillory offers her take. READ MORE

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SKILLS BUILDING:
COALITION BUILDING AS A CRITICAL TOOL

earthAs organizers on campus, students often face a unique set of circumstances that can make it challenging to take on large-scale campaigns and efforts. Learn how coalition building can strengthen the efficency and impact of your campus activism, using Earth Day as a case study. READ MORE

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NEVER GO BACK:
A HEALTH CARE REFORM UPDATE

never_go_backWith visions of "STOP STUPAK" signs dancing in our heads, the fight for comprehensive health care reform and against additional abortion restrictions continued into the wee hours of Christmas Eve in the Senate. The result? The passage of a health care reform act that leaves much to celebrate and much to be desired. READ MORE


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CELEBRATE THE ANNIVERSARY OF
ROE V. WADE

January 22, 2010 marks the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. To commemorate the fight for the right to abortion and to stand up against current attacks on that right, take action. READ MORE

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CPCS:
TRUTH IN ADVERTISING

Raising awareness of fake clinics is key in ensuring that no person enters a CPC without knowing the services that they do and DO NOT provide. Recently, the city of Baltimore set a new precedent in tackling the deceptive practices of CPCs. Learn how you can implement this effective new strategy. READ MORE

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FEMINIST SPOTLIGHT: MEGHAN SHALVOY
Meghan Shalvoy, a recent graduate of Stony Brook University and the outgoing SBU FMLA president, graciously agreed to answer some of our questions in the first installment of our Feminist Spotlight series. READ MORE

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