Quote:You shouldn’t have to live in a world without independent feminist media.
But across the board, independent media is in trouble, y’all – and now that trouble has hit us at Everyday Feminism.
We’re on the brink of becoming yet another independent media publication that has to shut down – and that possibility is unsettling as hell.
Here’s what you need to know about this urgent problem – and about Project #SaveEF.
1. The Good News
Let’s start with a bit of good news (because we could use some around here).
Over the last five years, the Everyday Feminism team has built an incredible network of intersectional feminists. In 2016 alone, we had more than 40 million viewers in over 140 countries.
We offer an unique, educational, inside-out approach to fighting everyday oppression. And with the Trump administration in the White House, and the political climate as dangerous as it is, we know our work is especially critical now.
2. But About That Bad News…
We’re facing scary financial trouble that’s threatening to put a halt to our work – maybe even as soon as the end of May.
We’ve realized that we’re just not going to be able to continue without some support from our community.
We’re not the only site struggling like this, and there’s a reason for that. It’s quite a challenge, to say the least, to create independent, intersectional feminist media in a financially sustainable way, especially in a world that doesn’t value what we do.
Read more: https://everydayfeminism.com/donate-to-ef/
Show us how much you care guys, a donation of even 10 dollars can make a difference.
But please get rid of this emote. It looks bad.