Miss. Miami Magazine is an online publication founded by Rachel Keller for the female students of University of Miami. As a completely student-run organization, we aim to educate about sex discrimination and pressing issues facing college-aged women. In April 2022, the magazine won the University of Miami UDisrupt female entrepreneurship competition. Additionally, we seek to introduce feminist beliefs into the student body and create a culture of safety and equality for students of any gender. We are always looking for new writers and designers!
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At Miss Miami, we aim to use our platform to highlight issues facing our community as well as ways to get involved. Please check back periodically to find petitions, fundraisers, and more.
As covered in our March issue, Emanyata is a co-ed boarding school in Tanzania that, with the support of the Pastoral Women's Council, aims to provide teen girls with an education as well as financial independence. Equal education in developing nations is an extremely important aspect of achieving gender equality and bodily autonomy for young girls. Investing in education for women and girls is proven to have the highest return in the developing world, so we urge you to donate what you can. Special thanks to Miss Miami writer Diana Juarez for covering this extremely important issue!
There is a harmful bill being passed through the Florida State Legislature that would make abortions illegal once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Please send a letter of opposition here:
Dozens of US Military officers have died in non-combat related scenarios. Often, they are prematurely ruled as suicides by the US Government, and the families have no rights to investigate further. Sadly, these cases are often of female soldiers and linked to a previous on-base sexual assault. Please sign this petition supporting the rights of military families to seek out justice for their fallen loved ones. If you would like to hear more about this issue, a podcast on the topic is linked below.
This bill blocks teachers from discussing LBGTQ+ issues in public schools, which is incredibly harmful to the LGBTQ+ community and a step backwards for our state. Please send a letter of opposition here: