Campus Program Background
The Feminist Majority
Foundation (FMF) started the Campus Program to inform young
feminists about the very real threats to abortion
access, women’s rights, affirmative action, and lesbian,
gay, bisexual, and transgender rights posed by right-wing extremists.
FMF works 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, or study to action. Our program
progressive students with opportunities to learn about timely
feminist issues, develop their leadership and organizing skills,
with the larger pro-choice and feminist movements. Campus Program
FMF employs a full-time staff of Campus Organizers to help
students build and sustain pro-choice feminist activist groups
Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances (FMLAs). Campus Organizers
also work with existing college feminist groups who wish
to receive the support of a national organization through affiliation.
Leadership Alliances and Affiliates constitute a nationwide
network of pro-choice feminist student-run activist organizations.
is currently working with several hundred college campuses
nationwide and the network is growing every day!
Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance Core Documents
FMLA s and affiliates are united in a national movement through the Feminist Majority Foundation's Choices Campus Program. FMLA s and affiliates work on a range of feminist issues, with reproductive rights as the cornerstone of the Choices Campus Program. Check out the 2012-2013 Feminist Calendar, and Choices Campus Campaigns for ideas of what you can do on campus.
Global Women's Rights
Around the globe women face social, economic and political barriers to reproductive healthcare. To get involved and find out more about how you can stand with our sisters here and worldwide visit our Global Reproductive Health and Rights Campaign site.