Feminism For All

Feminism For All (FFA) is a UNC-Chapel Hill collaboration among student organizations, departments, and centers. FFA seeks to support and encourage the development of interdisciplinary events related to gender equity.

FFA partners meet every three weeks at the Carolina Women’s Center. If your organization or department is interested in joining FFA, please email Grace Langley at gla320@live.unc.edu.

Follow us on Facebook (and stay up-to-date on events) at facebook.com/feminismforallunc!


Spring 2019 Feminism For All Calendar of Events:

January 24 at 7pm: Women in Economics Meeting (Women in Economics)

January 29 at 7pm: Rethinking Your Resolutions with Medical Professionals (Embody Carolina)

January 29 at 7pm: 2019 Frank Porter Graham Lecture: I AM JANE DOE (Honors Carolina)

February 8 from 12-5pm: Honors Carolina Women’s Leadership Forum & Networking Reception (Honors Carolina)

February 12 at 2pm: Coffee & Conversation on Race, Masculinity, & Leadership (CWC)

February 19 at 7:30pm: Diversity and Inclusion Panel (Embody Carolina)

February 25-March 1 from 11am-1pm: National Eating Disorder Awareness Week (Embody Carolina)

February 28 from 12-1:30pm: Azusa Dance & Latoya Lain: Women of Color in the Arts (CWC)

March 3 at 3pm: International Women’s Day Tea (She’s the First UNC)

March 18-22: Gender Week (CWC & UNC LGBTQ Center)

March 19 at 2pm: Coffee & Conversation on Gender & Mental Health (CWC)

April 24 from 7-8:30pm: Denim Day: Take Back the Night (Student Government)

2018-2019 FFA Campus Partners:
Carolina Advocates for Gender Equity
Carolina Performing Arts
Carolina Sexual Assault Coalition
Carolina Women’s Center
Embody Carolina
Feminisms Here and Now Conference
Feminist Students United
Honors Carolina Student Board
Institute of Politics
Law Students Against Sexual and Domestic Violence
Preventing Violence with Sexual Health
She’s the First
Student Government Safety and Wellness Committee
Women Engaged in Learning and Leadership RLP
Women in Business
Women in Computer Science
Women in Economics
Women in Law
Women in Physics