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Online Feminism Conference

Hosted by the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University, the Online Feminism Conference (#OFCon14) on October 9-10, 2014 was a gathering of advocates for feminism, in person and online, to discuss the challenges and possibilities of internet activism. We encourage you to stay connected and to continue the conversation using the resources and links below. 

Gender News

Read Making Connections @ the Online Feminism Conference in Gender News to hear the vision and voices at #OFCon14.

Storify

Visit the official Clayman Institute Storify page for an account of the conference topics and discussions. Also, visit conference speaker and Twitter influencer @FeministaJones' Storify for reports of social movement organizing via social media.

Videos

Visit The Institute's official Youtube page for full video of OFCon14. Each talk has a separate video so you can watch the entire conference from start to finish or just the speakers that most interest you. Listed are conference videos: highlights, introduction Shelley CorrellPaula Giddings #OFCon14 Q&A, Feminista Jones, "Stop Telling Women to Smile" Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, Emily May Hollaback!, "Future of Feminsim" Andrea Davies, and Dr. Meredith Clark. Paula Giddings' Jing Lyman Lecture is also available along with the Jing Lyman Q&A.

Articles and Book Chapters

Books

Mobile apps

#OFCon14 panelist Emily May, is the co-founder of Hollaback! an anti-street harassment website and mobile app. Holla on the go, download their free iPhone and Droid apps today!

Shop

Support artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh's online store featuring "Stop Telling Women To Smile" posters, t-shirts, and bags.

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