Numerous FFC @ CSU members and campus partners have participated in the development of downloadable resources to facilitate a culture of inclusion and support for all members of our campus community. Feel free to reference, share, and discuss these resources with your supervisor, colleagues, staff, students, and friends. (By the way, sharing resources is a great go-to “fight move”!)

 

INTERSECTIONALITY & INCLUSIVITY SUPPLEMENTAL READING GUIDE

This supplemental guide was created by FFC at CSU members to encourage a critical reading and intersectional application of the strategies proposed in Feminist Fight Club, by Jessica Bennett.

THE DISCUSSION GUIDE

Don't have a copy of the book yet? This guide gives a brief introduction to the structure and topics presented in the book. It's a good place to start, but it doesn't compare to the book. (FYI- We recommend the paperback edition!)

FFC @ CSU TOOLKIT

Join the FFC Community and introduce the FFC to your unit. In addition to one-on-one consultation and guidance as you get started, the Women & Gender Collaborative can provide additional resources and a network of support.

LEVELS OF ENGAGEMENT

See all of the various levels of engagement that exist within the FFC@CSU, and how you might get plugged in!

FIGHT MOVE TIP SHEETS FOR CSU 

There are many ways to support one another and create a culture of inclusion and equity. In addition to changing policies and systems, we can shift how we show up for ourselves and others through small, everyday behaviors and actions. These tip sheets provide practical strategies you can practice anytime to support people in different contexts with multiple identities. Check back as more tip sheets are created!

INTRODUCING: THE FEMINIST FIGHT CLUB AT CSU

Learn some quick facts about the Feminist Fight Club at CSU, our purpose, and how you can get involved.

FIGHT MOVES FOR: COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

Looking for general tips on what you can do to support others? This is a great place to start.

FIGHT MOVES FOR: THE CLASSROOM

These fight moves are suitable for students and faculty to practice in the classroom, because it's everyone's responsibility to create environments where people can effectively teach and learn.

FIGHT MOVES FOR: SUPPORTING WORKING PARENTS

It can be tough to juggle professional and parenting responsibilities, but it doesn't have to be! Learn how you can support working parents to create a more productive environment for your team.

FIGHT MOVES FOR: SUPPORTING THOSE WHO ARE DACA/UNDOCUMENTED

Students, staff and faculty who are undocumented are part of the Ram family. As admitted members of our Ram family, all campus community members should offer them support.

FIGHT MOVES FOR: INCLUSIVE SUPERVISION

There are many ways to support one another and create a culture of inclusion and equity. In addition to changing policies and systems, we can shift how we show up for ourselves and others through small, everyday behaviors and actions.