FAQs for Activists
How can the Herstory website help me to research and learn about feminism?
Step 1: Please read our Historical Context page to gain an overview of second wave feminism
Step 2: Look through our collection of Memoirs of former CWLU members to gain personal insight and varied perspectives on feminism.
Step 3: Browse our collection of feminist primary sources for topics of interest.
Step 4: Explore our recommended Books.
More questions? Check out our FAQs for Educators, Students, and Activists. Or email us at infogal[at]cwluherstory.org.
I have an organization, event, or other resource I would like to see promoted on the Herstory website. Who should I contact?
There are several ways to promote an event or resource through Herstory:
Friend us on Facebook and post your event.
If you would like to be in our monthly e-newsletter, contact us at cwluherstory[at]gmail.com.
If you would like to recommend a feminist curriculum or book to add to our resource pages, contact us at cwluherstory[at]gmail.com.
If you would like to see your organization promoted on our site write us a blurb of 500 words or less and send to infogal[at]cwluherstory.org.
Does the Herstory project have volunteer/internship opportunities?
Yes! We are entirely volunteer/intern run. Please visit Support Us for more information.