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Collateral Damage Syria: What next?

We’re saying thank you to over 100 supporters of our reporting project in Jordan today! 

Our latest special series, Collateral Damage Syria: Women and Girls Fleeing Violence, will take reporters to refugee camps and surrounding neighborhoods in Jordan over a one-month period to report on the unique health and safety risks Syrian females face and the work they are doing to combat them, and will provide a platform for Syrian women to tell their stories.

To receive email updates about our project, and direct reports from the writers on their journey through Jordan, join our Collateral Damage Syria mailing list now: https://app.e2ma.net/app/view:Join/signupId:37798/acctId:22503

I can’t believe it!

We’re smashing our fundraising total with your help!

Happy Birthday to Women’s eNews!

New Total $5,804! 

Two days left to #jointhepartyand support independent feminist media today!

http://womensenews.org/celebrate-womens-media



Happy Birthday to Women’s eNews!

This is AMAZING!

We have raised over our target of $5,000 thanks to YOUR help!We have now raised $5, 489!

Help push us EVEN FURTHER!

Give a $12 gift — $1 for every year of award-winning women-focused reporting Women’s eNews has brought to you from around the globe! http://womensenews.org/celebrate-womens-media

Celebrate Women’s Media

Guess what? It’s our birthday. Support news coverage that empowers women. 

Give a $12 gift — $1 for every year of award-winning women-focused reporting Women’s eNews has brought to you from around the globe! Find out how to #join the party at 

http://womensenews.org/celebrate-womens-media

These women are all out-fundraising their male counterparts!

Elizabeth Warren (D) — who built a consumer financial protection bureau in Washington — raised nearly $7 million.

Missouri’s Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Democrat viewed as vulnerable in the swing state, raised about $2.3 million.

In Michigan, incumbent Sen. Debbie Stabenow raised over $1.5 million.

In Wisconsin, Tammy Baldwin (D), who could become the first openly gay U.S. senator, raised about $2 million.

In Nevada, Shelley Berkley (D) took in about $1.4 million.


http://womensenews.org/story/campaign-trail/120420/elizabeth-warren-raises-7-million-in-first-quarter

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