BY Andrea Stopa
on Mar 04, 2014
In honor of International Women's Day (IWD) coming up this Saturday March 8th, Catapult - a crowd-funding website championing the empowerment of women and girls - created a series of photos as a part of a visual campaign depicting the growing global epidemic of sex slavery, child slavery, and child brides.
The campaign created mock magazine covers, nearly identical to the well-known pop-culture magazines we see stuffed into our newsstands. These covers ... Read More
BY Fatimah Hameed
on Nov 13, 2013
Image via PolicyMic
Some awesome reproductive rights organizations are joining forces with musicians, poets, and celebrities on November 18th to raise funds in support of women's right to choose in the conflicted state of Texas. Clear Eyes, Full Heart, Can Choose will benefit four Texas organizations: The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, Whole Women's TX Action Fund, The Texas Equal Access Fund, and Fund Texas Women.
Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can ... Read More
BY Ariana Anderson
on Jul 27, 2011
Despite a break from the heat wave, my Monday evening was still super hot and steamy thanks to Planned Parenthood of NYC’s 7th annual benefit, Summer, Sex & Spirits, of which BUST was a proud sponsor. The event, hosted by PPNYC Activist Council, raised over $20,000 for the organization’s healthcare services, educational programs, and legislative work.
Guests enjoyed the all night open bar with refreshing beer provided by Brooklyn Brewery:
The ... Read More
BY Mary S
on Nov 15, 2010
Teaching girls to play loud instruments, form a band, command a stage, and all-around empower themselves in many ways is what rock camp is all about. Of all the feminist causes near and dear to my heart, rock camp is one of the most inspiring and consistently rewarding-and I can't help but wish I had spent a week at camp as a kid, middle-schooler, or teen. That's why it's a great idea to support Girls Rock Camp Alliance's benefit show at Park Slope's Rock Shop. ... Read More
BY Jules Abraham
on Apr 19, 2010
Breast cancer is a concern for all of us. We all have a mother, a sister, grandmother or friend who has fought the uphill battle with cancer. Some of us have tales of triumph, and some of sorrow. Local Burlesque dancer, The Incredible Edible Akynos, is determined that her aunt, Angela, will have a story of victory. Diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008, Angela has been struggling to afford not only her medications and vital chemotherapy sessions but also the ... Read More