The Macomb Feminist Network works for social justice to support women of any ability, age, class, race/ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation and to address the following issues:
- Increase feminist participation and involvement on local boards/commissions in the political arena.
- Equal employment, educational opportunities, equity in pay and benefits, including domestic partner benefits
- Research on and access to quality women’s health care
- Political violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, harassment, degradation or discrimination
- Reproductive choice
- Equal Rights Amendment
Feminist: One who believes women should have the same political, economical, and social rights as men.
Feminism: The organized activity and advocacy for the rights and interests of all women to benefit all people women, men, and children.
Macomb Feminist Network Board: Janine Cavicchia, Martha Klems, Margaret Ovitt, Rebecca Parker, Melanie Rawlins, Elisa Rasmussen, Janice Welsch
Writing Women Into History Committee: Suzan Nash, Miriam Satern, Alice Trimmer, Patricia Walton
The Macomb Feminist Network
P.O. Box 765
Macomb, Il 61455