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POWERED BY GENERATION Z

FREEDOM FROM SEXUAL HARRASMENT AND ASSAULT

Last session, we were proud that our Deeds’ advocates were instrumental in passing key legislation to create a safer environment through which students could report instances of sexual assault, whether as victims or as active bystanders. Going forward, we will continue to advocate for an increasingly supportive environment for reporting and will oppose efforts to weaken the due process rights of victims. 

Women cannot realize our full economic opportunity if we can’t OWN OUR decisions about when and whether to have children – which is why we are fighting for full reproductive rights and access and why we support women of color organizations leading the charge on reproductive justice.

 Economic opportunity also means access to affordable quality childcare, pay equity, increase in minimum wage and paid family and sick leave. 

ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY THROUGH WAGE EQUITY AND REPRODUCTIVE AUTONOMY

MENSTRURAL EQUITY AND MATERNAL MORTALITY

Recognizing that lack of access to affordable menstrual products creates health risks and a higher level of absenteeism from work and school for women living in poverty, the United Nations has declared menstrual hygiene a public-health, gender-quality and human rights issue.

WHAT IS THE FEMZ AGENDA?

WHAT TO EXPECT

Our Generation Z #Changemakers are working to ensure that Women achieve Freedom from Sexual assault, realize Economic Opportunity, and Menstrual Equity.  They're also fighting for the right to be healthy - from access to Reproductive Rights to Maternal Health improvements.  We hope you'll become one of our #Changemakers and join the fight at our Advocacy Day on March 27th! 

Speakers and full day schedule coming soon!

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