Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance
History of FMLA
The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) works with Kutztown University's Women's Center, organizing programs and other social events.
FMLA has its origins in the Women's Awareness Group, which began in the early 1970s. FMLA is a student organization funded by the Student Government Association and directed by student officers through the Women's Center.
The mission of FMLA is to create an awareness of issues important to both female and male students while promoting the welfare of society as a whole. Primarily an activist group, FMLA focuses on issues such as self-empowerment, gender equity, freedom of choice, domestic violence, and sexual abuse.
FMLA sponsors The Vagina Monologues and Take Back the Night events in the spring and collaborates on other campus events, including residence hall programming, Women's History Month, and Welcome Week. Fundraising efforts supplement contributions to non-profit community organizations, campus programming, and conference leadership development opportunities. New members are always welcome. Click here to find us on Facebook, or here to check out our Instagram.
FMLA meets at 11am on Tuesdays on Zoom.
The Women's Center offers many discussion groups, as well as opportunities for students to lead their own groups. If you are interested in forming a group with a staff member, please contact Brit Barlup.
Come have some fun with FMLA and the Women's Center staff on Feminist Fridays! Join us for creative activities, fun discussions, and feminist films. Due to the nature of this semester, Feminist Fridays will be held online, but you can still reach out to our staff to get a goodie bag of everything you'll need for the activities!
Feminist Friday meets at 1pm via Zoom on the following dates: