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FemCo goes to NYFLC 2015

Despite Hate, Our Experience was Valuable

Posted by Megan Taylor on April 27, 2015 at 11:08 AM

Very quickly, our tag that was previously filled with amazing quotes from speakers like Ellie Smeal and Kimberlé Crenshaw was now filled with advertising spam and virulent hatred from middle-aged conservative misogynists. It quickly devolved from general “skewering” of feminism to personal attacks on conference goers.

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Learning to become in Sync with your Inner Leader

Posted by Caitlan Wyatt on April 27, 2015 at 11:08 AM

My plea for all women entering or are in the workforce is to remember to “be the Leslie Knope of whatever you do”.  If any woman is going to work towards empowering women in whatever they are involved in, self-confidence is key. It is vital that we remember we have earned a spot at the table, our voices have power and we have the ability to make a difference. 

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Creating Change within the Feminist Movement

Posted by Maxine Todd on April 27, 2015 at 11:08 AM

[I]t was the first time that I have seen that the way I view and act on my feminism, the way my friends see their feminism, and the way my generation does its feminism can actually affect the larger feminist movement as a whole.

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From a Shy Girl to a Powerful Woman

Posted by Rukia Brooks on April 27, 2015 at 11:08 AM

This conference means a lot to me, not solely on the grounds of doing social justice activism, but also the community it brings forth as we inspire and motivate younger conference goers to take up action and find things they’re passionate about. 

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