new wave feminism

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A quasi-academic look at Feminism, politics & race relations through the lens of a 20-something year old Nigerian American who was born & raised up in the (still) segregated south but has relocated to the "liberal" yet historic & traditional north.
This blog is my space for an interdisciplinary examination of race, gender, class, sexuality - all things intersectional & multi-dimensional.
Feminism the way I see it...



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SAFER, a great non-profit based out of NYC, is nearing the end of their online fundraising campaign with about $1,500 shy of reaching their goal. Check out the campaign, visit their website, and spread the word!

Students Active For Ending Rape (SAFER) began in 2000 as a group of students at Columbia University who led the campus in a grassroots campaign to reform the school’s sexual assault policy. More than ten years later, SAFER is a national nonprofit organization that empowers students across the country to change how their colleges prevent and respond to sexual assault. A volunteer-led organization, SAFER facilitates student organizing through a comprehensive training manual (PDF); in-person workshops and trainings; free follow-up mentoring; our SAFER/V-Day Campus Accountability Project Database; and a growing online resource library for student organizers.

Visit our website to read more about SAFER and its history.

What We Need & What You Get

With your help, we can raise $7,000. By helping us expand our capacity, your donation will help pay for:

  • mentors that provide FREE one-on-one guidance to student activists;
  • bringing trainers to the schools of student activists across the country;
  • educating college staff and students about the unique dynamics of sexual assault on college campuses;
  • allowing student groups of ANY budget to bring SAFER to campus.