Feminists United at Texas State University aims to start and continue inclusive and constructive conversations surrounding feminism and gender equality and to address these issues not only in the Texas State community, but within San Marcos, nationally and internationally.
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in UAC 275
“Feminist United is an informative and safe space where members to learn and grow in issues concerning sexism, racism, ablism, homophobia, fatphobia, transphobia, environmental issues, workers rights and the interconnection of these issues.” – Natalia Rocafuerte, Vice President
Who should join?
“Everyone who believes all people should have the same right to be respected and equal.” – Rocafuerte
How do you get involved?
“Our meetings are mostly informative but we are also a great source for progressive activist organizations. Coming to our meetings and learning on social issues is a great way to start.” – Rocafuerte
Any upcoming special events?
“We have a Fundraiser coming up on April 30 at Stonewall. The event will be an open mic night, from 7-11, and will be themed “Out of This World!” Come join us and enjoy poetry, live performances and hang out raising funds!” – Rocafuerte
By: Melissa Bond Reporters from the University Star and KTSW attended SXSW 2015 to cover the interactive, sports, film, and music panels, parties, and showcases. Melissa Bond (Station Manager) & Allison Johnson (Music Director) from KTSW and Nicole Barrios (Editor-In-Chief) & Kelsey Bradshaw (News Director) from the University Star give a rundown of the coverage at the SXSW Music Festival from March 13th-17th in Austin, Texas.
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