We understand that not everyone can make it to DC this weekend, but you can still join us on the web.The four general assemblies will be streaming live on USTREAM on Saturday and Sunday.
This year in our general assemblies, we will be covering issues like clinic violence, the importance of grassroots and campus organizing and global women's rights and health. You'll hear from speakerslike U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, NOW National President Terry O'Neill, activist Steph Herold, and Iranian women's rights leader Mahnaz Afkhami.
For more information, check out our conference website, which also has info on discounted group rates at hotels located near the conference. If you have any questions, call the DC campus organizers at 703-522-2214 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Hope to see you there!
We work with students on college campuses to effect change at the grassroots, national, and global levels. The Campus Program is built upon FMF’s philosophy that the most effective activism is informed activism--through study and action. Our program provides students with opportunities to learn about timely feminist issues, develop their leadership and organizing skills, and connect with the larger pro-choice and feminist movements.
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