Monday, May 10, 2010

Feminist Majority Feminist Campus May eZine

Feminist Campus eZine
What an amazing semester it has been. Students across the nation have fought for lower birth control prices, exposed fake clinics in their communities, advocated for women around the globe, defended their local comprehensive women's health clinics, and so much more! Thank you for your hard work, passion, and dedication - YOU are the heart of the feminist movement.
If you are graduating this semester, sign up for our alumni network and stay connected with the Feminist Majority Foundation.
For those of you who will be around next semester - it is never too early to start planning next year's actions and events. The campus organizers are available all summer, so stay in touch! If your group is undergoing a change in leadership, let us know so we can keep you in the loop.
We are using this final eZine of the school year to honor a few of the many groups and individuals who have done extraordinary work this semester. Presenting the First Annual FMF FEMMIES! Congratulations to the winners and to all of you for being such amazing campus activists.
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capitolMany people may not have ever heard of the University of Montevallo in Alabama, and if they did, they would easily assume that this university in a small southern town is far from showing its hospitality to its friendly progressive feminists. But in the depths of southern conservatism lies the mighty force of feminist power. And in University of Montevallo's case, the student-led, Montevallo's Feminist Majority is alive and well, ready to stomp out patriarchy in every corner of the campus community. READ MORE...
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kutztownFor their consistent commitment to serving the Kutztown community and women across Pennsylvania, the FEMMY for "Ms. Congeniality" goes to Kutztown University's Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance. READ MORE...
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Cal Poly Pomona
The FEMMY for Best Fight Against a CPC goes to the Female Sexuality Society at Cal Poly Pomona!!
After finding that Cal Poly Pomona was renting out office space to a Crisis Pregnancy Center located across the street from a student dorm, the Female Sexuality Society was determined to kick them off school property. READ MORE...
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BUWRCThe Boston University Women's Resource Center, one of the only women's centers in the nation run completely by student volunteers, has shown us the power of perseverance and just how much you can do with limited resources. For their awesome ambition and dedication to creating a safe space for women on campus, the BU Women's Resource Center wins a FEMMY! READ MORE...
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Christy Koester is busy. Really busy. Like many student leaders, Christy manages to juggle projects like a magician -- balancing classes, work, student activities and motherhood every day.
When the second leader for Making Waves stepped down last Fall to focus on class and work, an unlikely leader arose. Since becoming President last Spring, Christy has worked tirelessly to give a face and voice (and to find more voices) for feminist activism in a challenging campus environment. READ MORE...
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Here at FMF, we love seeing activists work together to keep from reinventing the wheel each time. This FEMMY is in recognition of the fantastic feminist activists in the Chicago area that are reaching out to each other and the community to work smarter, not harder! READ MORE...
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Want to contribute to the fight for political, economic and social equality for women? Intern with the Feminist Majority Foundation!
Apply your research and outreach skills to advance feminism by applying for a fall internship with FMF. We are looking for interns with leadership and organizing skills, a commitment to feminism, and lots of positive energy to join our DC and LA offices next semester.
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and specified internship areas of interest to (DC office) or (LA office).
For more information about our internship program visit

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