It’s been a while since we’ve had a big bang of feminist news, but that won’t change.
The next time you hear about a woman who “lost her job” or “has a baby,” think of the new Feminist Majority Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to make the field of feminist issues more accessible to the general public.
Feminist Majority is dedicated to creating and publishing a wide range of new feminist publications and other publications that tackle issues ranging from intersectional feminism to economic justice.
It has launched two journals: Women’s Studies and the Journal of Women in Higher Education.
One of the newest is called Feminist Majority.
“The feminist movement has been in decline for a while, and for a good part of the past decade we have had a dearth of new voices to talk about issues like gender inequality, racism, and capitalism,” says Linda Gottlieb, Feminist Majority’s president and CEO.
So Feminist Majority created Feminist Majority, an anthology of new publications that focus on feminist issues.
In the anthology, the feminist movement will be represented by three journals: The Journal of Feminism in Higher Ed, Feminist Studies, and Women’s Issues.
Each of the three journals is organized as a subgroup of The Journal, which is published by the National Association of Women Business Editors.
As such, the issue titles of each of the journals reflect the subject matter of the individual issues.
For example, Feminist Issues examines the intersectionality of feminism and the ways in which feminism has impacted the lives of women.
For a limited time, you can sign up for Feminist Majority magazine subscriptions and receive free digital copies of each issue of each journal.
If you’re interested in subscribing to the magazine, you’ll need to click on the Subscribe button on the sidebar of this page and enter your email address.
A subscription to Feminist Majority is available in the U.S. and Canada.
You can also subscribe to the Journal as a monthly subscription or as a yearly subscription.
You can get the Feminist Majority digital version at feministissues.com.
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