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|Fair Trade Initiative|
The group seeks to empower feminists, who are the majority, and to win equality for women at the decision-making tables of the state, nation, and the world. They promote non-discrimination on the basis of sex, race, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, religion, ethnicity, age, marital status, nation of origin, size or disability. They promote equality for women and men, non-violence, reproductive health, peace, social justice and economic development and to enhance feminist participation in public policy. Feminist Majority supports workers' collective bargaining, pay equity and the end of sweatshops, and encourages programs directed at the preservation of the environment.
Advocates for forest conservation and against deforestation
|Human Rights Now|
Human Rights Now at Connecticut College, formerly Amnesty International, is dedicated to the investigation and prevention of worldwide human rights violations and strives to promote the integrity of all human beings, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age or political affiliation. Its members promote the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the College's campus, within the New London community, nationally and globally. Human Rights Now is concerned with the impartial protection of all human rights.
Oceana advocates for ocean health and responsible use of marine resources.
|Renewable Energy Club|
REC seeks to raise awareness on campus and act as a think tank to promote and undertake practical approaches for energy conservation and efficiency and renewable energies. It strives to keep Connecticut College as a leader in environmental stewardship through the presentation of innovative ideas and raising awareness on campus.
|SAVE - Students Against Violence to the Environment|
A water-based organization focused on educating students about the environmental importance of water.
|SOAR - Students Organized Against Racism|
SOAR promotes a general awareness of cultural, racial and ethnic differences as well as similarities. Its members create campus projects that educate students of the evils of racism. They also plan activities, advise the institution, and serve as an advocate for changes which promote racial understanding.
The bicycle collective
Sprout! is the organic gardening club and sustainable food initiative on campus. They educate the College community about sustainable agriculture, promote the purchase of locally and organically grown foods, supply sustainably/organically grown foods to the dining halls, and provide students a means to learn about sustainable agriculture first-hand by working in the campus garden.
|STAFF - Students Taking Action to Fight Fistula|
STAFF works to raise awareness on college campuses about fistula, a disorder affecting women mostly in Africa and the Middle East. It affects over two million women worldwide, yet it is still widely unknown. The damage can be repaired by a surgical operation that costs approximately $450, which the afflicted young women cannot afford. STAFF raises funds to sponsor the healing surgery for at least one girl every semester.
|STAND - Students Taking Action Now: Darfur|
|Water Action Now|
An environmental group.
The center is a safe, welcoming space for the College community to engage and discuss gender issues; to explore the ways in which gender identities intersect with race, nationality, class, sexual identity/expression, religion, age, physical or mental ability; to educate and provide support services for advocates seeking social change on gender issues; and to celebrate the emergence of vibrant young women.