In regards to some of the websites/blogs I will consult after graduation, here is what I've come up with:
- Feminist Majority Foundation (feminist.org) - Feminist Majority Foundation is a huge online database of the different happenings that are the current "hot issues" in the feminist world today. Best part about this website? They have a "jobs/internships" tab that will direct you to all the current feminist related jobs and internships available nationwide.
- National Organization for Women (NOW.org) - NOW is a grassroots organization dedicated to inclusivity and connecting women all over the world. Although, the site is somewhat outdated and a bit of an eyesore, the information is credible and appropriate.
- St. Cloud State University Women's Center (Facebook page) - stay current with what's happening at the Women's Center.
- Bitch! Media (blog) - a great blog that is a tool in critiquing and analyzing pop culture with a feminist spin.
- Ms. Magazine (blog) - this blog is a product of the magazine publication that has been in print since the 1970s. Favorite part about this blog is its "Ms. in the Classroom," which makes the Ms. Magazine publication available in classrooms and "provides students with cutting-edge analysis of contemporary issues and events using gender, race, and class lens."