Did not know about it in advance – would like to be on the email list for further information! Thanks! There was a curious divide that was palpable, but few people to bridge it. Maybe that was the point, but it would be nice to find a few people who understand all sides of the […]
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On February 19, the topic of the monthly Internet Advocacy Center Roundtable at the Center for American Progress was Feminism2.0. Organizers Shireen Mitchell, Heather Holdridge, Liza Sabater and Gloria Pan, and key participants Latifa Lyles of the National Organization for Women and Jessica Arons of the Center for American Profress Fund, were invited to […]
We won’t be able to focus on anything Sunday night except the Academy Awards, and, admit it, neither will you. So, why fight it? The topic of this week’s Fem2.0 Twittercast will be, The Oscars – Out of Snark, Insight. To make sure we don’t miss any togetherness and feminist snark around this important national […]
Create a Twitter account here. Go to Tweetchat here, and log-in with your Twitter account. Enter room: fem2 You don’t have to worry about hashtags, because Tweetchat automatically adds the tag if you participate from the room.
Our weekly Twittercasts have covered all kinds of different topics, and, post-conference, we see them as a great way to keep in touch, make new connections and have an open forum to talk about all the issues we and the rest of the femisphere care about. That said, we also want to hear from you […]
We had an exciting day yesterday — the Fem2.0 conference was an incredible experience for both the organizers and the attendees! Thank you, everyone — both online and in person — who brought passion, creativity and commitment to Fem2.0 to make it such a success. May the energy, inspiration and goodwill generated yesterday continue to […]
We are having some trouble livestreaming the conference, but you can watch and Tweet in realtime with conference attendees and presenters on Tweetchat. Enter the room "#fem2" and join the discussion! You’ll be projected on the big screen in the Betts Theater along with our other Twittercast attendees.