In the spirit of celebrating liberty and equality in a socially distant manner, Feminists for Liberty’s first ever video contest highlighted the ideas and creativity of both experienced and rookie video creators with something to say about libertarian feminism in the 2020s.
Libertarian Party Presidential Nominee Jo Jorgensen talks to Feminists for Liberty president Elizabeth Nolan Brown. Last week in Cleveland, Ohio, Libertarian Party presidential nominee Jo Jorgensen fielded questions from Feminists for Liberty […]
Organizations everywhere are paying attention to diversity and inclusion more than ever. But what does “D&I” really mean, what’s just fluff, and what are some meaningful steps organizations can take to truly […]
Looking for something to do under quarantine? Enter the first ever Feminists for Liberty video contest! In the spirit of celebrating liberty and equality in a socially distant manner, we want to […]
For 2020, we welcome back board members Nena Whitfield, Casey Given, and Rachel Davison Humphries and add three new members: Jaclyn Boudreau, Jess Mears, and Avens O’Brien.