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Like Women? Like Labor? Join our next Tweet Chat About #UnionWomen on Wednesday!

When my friend Mike started a job at a labor union last month, he sent an email around to friends announcing his new position.  He wrote, “80 years ago, my grandfather was arrested while organizing and picketing for his union. When this happened, he called his friend Leon Davis, who had founded the union, to […]

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Announcing FemEx Events for the Fall!

Fem2 Community: Check out these great events being run by our friends over at FemEx.  Be sure to reach out to them for more information, and spread the word to your friends! You are invited to join us for the 6th session of FemEx– a course designed for women by women to create a safe environment where women […]

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National Women’s Equality Day: Why You Deserve Applause

Picture this: you’re standing on the coast looking out onto Liberty Island and you see women. Women are scaling the Statue of Liberty to hang several 40-foot banners from her crown. Not far away, more women are banning together to stop the ticker at the American Stock Exchange. More than 100,000 women are coming together […]

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My Dress is Not a Yes – Slutwalk DC

We took some amazing photos, met some wonderful people and heard some inspiring stories this weekend at Slutwalk DC. I was lucky enough to have the volunteered help of both my boyfriend and my father at the Fem2.0 booth. Just the fact that two of the most important men in my life spent their Saturday […]

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TODAY: Find Me at Slutwalk DC

DCers, join Fem2 today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the National Mall for Slutwalk DC!  We’ll be running a photo booth so we can commemorate the day and all the wonderful people who attended. Come take your picture with us — then Like us on Facebook on Monday and tag your photo! We’ll […]

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Join Our Next Tweetchat at #nxtgenfem! Marlo Thomas and Passing the Torch of Feminism

The argument remains: Do we, as women, still live in a male-dominated society? Or have we finally achieved a sense of equality? Perhaps this will be a debate that never ends, in a “chicken or egg” cul de sac in which each side can produce convincing and fact-based arguments, but no conclusion is really ever […]

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