So you want to organize a “Why I’m an Everyday Feminist” poster campaign on your campus – awesome! Everyday Feminism is here to support you in making this happen.
To help get you started:
- Check out other submitted posters here.
- Read our “How to Organize a Feminist Poster Campaign – A Guide for Campus Organizers”. This step-by-step process will give you a good understanding of what is involved.
- Email us at email@example.com telling us you want to bring the poster campaign to your campus.
- Begin working through the steps in the guide and email us questions along the way.
That’s it! We tried to put a lot of info into the guide so make sure to read it carefully. Also, don’t forget to give us feedback on it so we make it better for future campaigns.
There were a few resources that we couldn’t add to the guide but are linking here. To make it easy, we’ve organized the links by their corresponding steps in the guide.
- Check out Everyday Feminism’s Feminist Pride Store’s bumper stickers and buttons to sell at the photo shoot.
Dealing with the Backlash:
Get ideas on how to respond to the backlash from our articles like:
- The Pain of Being Feminist in an Anti-Feminist World
- 5 Reasons Why So Many People Believe Feminism Hates Men and Why They’re Not True
- How To Talk To Someone About Privilege Who Doesn’t Know What That Is
- Why Calling People “Misogynist” Is Not Helping Feminism
Showcase the Posters:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the link to the shared DropBox folder and the poster logo file to add to the photos.
- Check out how Everyday Feminism posts the photos on our site, Facebook, Pinterest, and Tumblr.
If you’d like to see some other resources, just let us know!