Martha Durkee-Neuman

Martha Durkee-Neuman is a gun violence prevention organizer and reproductive justice advocate, originally from Washington State, currently living in Boston, Massachusetts. She serves as the campaigns and fundraising organizer with Mass Alliance. She is an alumna of human services at Northeastern University, and formerly the outreach coordinator for the Sexual Assault Response Coalition.​

Student Activists Take Matters into Their Own Hands

Jul 10, 2018

How student activists are using state legislation to protect their rights under Title IX. US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is working to threaten the rights of sexual assault survivors on college campuses and their protections under the Title IX legislation of 1972. Over the past 18 months, the Department...

Under Attack, Women Find Strength in Each Other

Feb 02, 2017

In an era of Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos, young women are standing up for each other. The president of the United States of America is a sexual predator. During his campaign, a now-infamous tape leaked of Donald Trump boasting about assaulting women. He subsequently dismissed the comments as casual “locker...

Millennials Shape Discussion on Gun Violence

Dec 09, 2016

Millennials want to see an intersectional understanding of gun violence in America. Each generation carries its own revolution. For years, gun violence has dramatically impacted communities around the United States, and a movement for gun violence prevention has emerged to respond. Now, as we reel and rebuild from the results...