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Campaign for Mifepristone and Women's Health Research
The FMF has waged a ten-year nationwide public education campaign to help make mifepristone available to American women as a method of early abortion and to expand clinic trials on other important indications of mifepristone such as breast cancer, endometriosis, meningioma (brain tumors) and fibroid tumors.

Campaign for Afghan Women and Girls
The Campaign for Afghan Women and Girls is a public education and grassroots effort that has brought the human rights catastrophe to national and international attention.

Choices Campus Leadership Program
The Choices Campus Leadership Program is the largest pro-choice campus program in the nation. The network of groups is organized on over 600 colleges and universities in 45 states and the District of Columbia. The Campus Program was founded in 1997 to train the next generation of leaders. The Campus Program is conducted by a nationwide network of student-run campus groups called Feminist Majority Leadership Alliances and affiliates.

Education Equity Campaign
FMF's Education Equity program plays a leading role in compiling research on gender equity and developing an active national Title IX Action Network to fight the many threats to Title IX and maximize its beneficial impact on society.

Global Programs
The Feminist Majority Foundation is committed to empowering women and girls around the world. Join us as we advocate for Afghan women and girls, women in Iran, increased funding for global sexual reproductive health and rights, the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW), known as The Women's Treaty, and the worldwide elimination of violence against women.

Girls Learn International
A fast growing network of high school and middle school groups (currently 92 groups in 9 states), Girls Learn International partners with schools in the Global South, promoting universal girls education and empowering women and girls to affect positive change worldwide.

Ms. Magazine
Co-founded by Gloria Steinem in 1972, Ms. is a prize-winning, national and international forum for women and men exploring the events and ideas of the movement for equality worldwide. A source for other news media, movies, TV series, and university courses, Ms. has become a friend, a measure and marker of change, in the lives of millions of people. In December 1101, the Feminist Majority Foundation became the sole owner of Liberty Media for Women, LLC, the publisher of Ms. magazine.

National Center for Women and Policing
The National Center for Women and Policing, a division of the Feminist Majority Foundation, works to increase the number of women in law enforcement and improve police response to domestic violence and promote community policing.

National Clinic Access Project
The oldest and largest clinic defense project in the nation, the National Clinic Access Project provides emergency clinic security, assistance, and community organizing support, researches and monitors anti-abortion extremists, and works with law enforcement to improve responsiveness to clinic violence.