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  • Collection ID WLA2000.29
  • Creator Names Feminist Forum (Loyola University of Chicago)
  • Title Feminist Forum records, 1995-2002.
  • Physical description .25 linear feet.
  • Collection arrangement Series 1: General Activities, 1995-2002, n.d. Series 2: V-Day Activities, 1997-2002, n.d.
  • Biographical or Historical Note Student feminist organization at Loyola University Chicago. The Feminist Forum was founded in 1995 through the Women's Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago in order to provide a supportive, safe, and open environment to discuss women and women's issues. A pro-active organization, the Feminist Forum seeks to host speakers and other events to raise awareness of the challenges in many women's lives stemming from sexual violence, HIV and AIDS, discrimination, sexual harassment, and awareness of systems of patriarchy. The Forum has sponsored and co-sponsored numerous campus events, speakers, and counter protests, including, Winona LaDuke, Kay Leigh Hagan, Dolores Huerta, Angela Davis, Take Back the Night, Radical Cheerleading, and the Vagina Monologues.
  • Collection summary This collection consists of 1 box, spanning the years 1995 to 2002 and includes two series: activities and V-Day activities. The former includes materials related to the organization, budget, and special events sponsored by the Feminist Forum. The latter concerns special planned on and for V-Day held at Loyola University Chicago from 1997 to 2002.
  • Access and usage restrictions Some restrictions may apply.
  • Finding Aids Note Finding aid available in repository; folder level.
  • Location of Other Archival Materials Note See Also: Women's Studies Program records, 1977-2001 at the Women and Leadership Archives, Loyola University Chicago.
  • Names
    • Feminist Forum (Loyola University of Chicago) Archives.
    • Loyola University of Chicago. Women and Leadership Archives.
  • Subjects Feminism Illinois Chicago.