Tenth Anniversary of the Feminist Majority Foundation
Los Angeles --
Monday, October 13, 1997
6:30 PM buffet reception in lobby area
8:00 PM program (scheduled to run 1 hour and 30 minutes)
Directors Guild of America/Main Theater
7920 Sunset Boulevard, 1/2 block west of Fairfax
Parking is in the underground lot off of Hayworth, on the west side of the building
Live appearances and video segments celebrating the milestones in feminism of the past decade and featuring the Feminist Majority Foundation's (FMF) front-line work to counter the backlash while fighting to advance women's rights. This ten year retrospective will recognize our work to combat domestic terrorism against women's health clinics; save affirmative action in California; bolster Title IX for equality of opportunities in education and sports; our college campus campaigns including Freedom summer '96; the groundbreaking National Center for Women & Policing to combat violence against women, and much, much more.
The program will salute FMF Chair, Peg Yorkin, for her courage, vision, and achievement on behalf of women.
Eleanor Smeal, President, Feminist Majority Foundation
Peg Yorkin, Chair, Feminist Majority Foundation
Kathy Spillar, National Coordinator, Feminist Majority Foundation
Dolores Huerta, Secretary/Treasurer, United Farm Workers
Senators Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, & Barbara Mikulski (MD)
Representatives Jane Harman, Juanita Millender-McDonald, & Loretta Davis, Sheila Kuehl, & Diane Martinez
Rhonda Windham, General Manager of the Los Angeles WNBA Sparks
SPARKSKIDS, WNBA Sparks dancers
10/17/2014 Student Activists Across the Country Are Fighting Extreme Anti-Abortion Ballot Measures - In Tennessee, North Dakota, and Colorado - three states deciding ballot measures aimed at restricting birth control access and outlawing abortion in the upcoming election - student activists are mobilizing to get out the vote.
Members of student-ledFeminist Majority Leadership Alliancegroup Vanderbilt Feminists at Vanderbilt University have been working tirelessly to get out the word about Tennessee's Amendment 1, which would take the right of privacy for reproductive rights out of the state constitution and give local legislators the power to restrict access to abortion, even in the case of rape, incest, or to save the life of the woman, and outlaw many forms of birth control, such as the IUD or the pill. . . .