Black communities are creating solutions to problems that affect everyone. Hakima Abbas of Black Feminist Fund and Shonda Brooks of Global Fund for Women discuss a Black feminist approach to philanthropy and actions to give Black to give back for Black Philanthropy Month and beyond.
Global Fund for Women condemns the deadly ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court effectively overturning Roe v. Wade.
We are celebrating and honoring the deeply creative, political, and intersectional work of three queer artists for Pride Month 2022. At a time when LGBTQ people are facing increased prejudice and persecution, the Artist Changemaker Advisory Council nominated this cohort to highlight how queer people have led the way in movements for justice around the world.
After many years of vision, leadership, and service, Vice President of Programs Leila Hessini is stepping down from Global Fund for Women on July 15, 2022.
Feminists across the globe, from Mexico to Benin to Colombia, have recent experience fighting against anti-abortion efforts and winning. Here are five lessons from the frontlines of the global fight for bodily autonomy that can help U.S. feminists prepare and fight back in a post-Roe America.
As this crisis of violence against Afghan women at the hands of the Taliban continues, we must support the leadership of Afghanistan’s women on their own terms.
The Artist Changemaker Program supports artists who are making the gender justice revolution irresistible by using their art as a tool for new visions of the world, where equity and equality for all is a reality. Check out our third cohort launched in April 2022 here.
Published Today and always, our feminism is against war, patriarchy, and imperialism. We join gender justice activists around the world, including our partners in Ukraine,…