Jane Galvin-Lewis has worked for the Girl Scouts of America, The National Council of Negro Women, and The Women’s Action Alliance. She's formed her own training company which designed some of the first non-sexist, multicultural toys and puzzles with accompanying curricula. Together with Margaret Sloan Hunter, she formed the nucleus of the National Black Feminist Organization.
Israeli Women Fight to Be Seen and Heard: Some of Israel's ultra-Orthodox Jewish women say they have a problem: their community, which makes up about 10 percent of the Israeli population, wants to pretend they don't exist. So Kolech, the first Orthodox Jewish feminist organization in Israel, is filing Israel's first-ever gender segregation class-action lawsuit. Mazel!
The Unstoppable Foundation is a non-profit humanitarian organization bringing sustainable education to children and communities in developing countries thereby creating a safer and more just world for everyone.
The Women’s March On Washington has touted that they represent “all” women , yet they have now banned a pro-life women’s group from participating in their march. New Wave Feminists, a pro-life feminist organization, was listed as a partner for the March. But, recently when the organizers of the march realized New Wave Feminists were pro-life, the organization told the women’s group they could no longer be attributed to their group and were banned.
Hackers recently decided to take Playboy’s annual party guide aimed towards college students and make it a little more consent-friendly. The result? An awesomely redesigned list of The Top 10 Party Commandments: The Ultimate Guide For A Consensual Good Time. The list may be fake, but it’s a great reminder that consent means a good time for everyone. Read more about it here: http://huff.to/16nnzn0
Don’t Measure A Woman’s Worth By Her Clothes: A brilliant ad campaign created for Terre Des Femmes, a Swiss human rights organization focusing on gender equality and feminism, reminds us that the worth of a woman should never be measured by something like the neckline of her blouse or height of her heels.