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Women for Women International
Helping women survivors of war rebuild their lives. #strongerwomenstrongernations

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By employing youth, you inspire the next generation of excellence. ⁠

@urbanalliance is a national youth development nonprofit that provides economically disadvantaged young people with access to the exposure, opportunity, support, and training needed to prepare them for lifelong economic self-sufficiency. They provide underserved high school seniors with paid, professional internships, job skills training, one-on-one mentoring, and ongoing post-program support to expand their idea of what is possible for their future.⁠
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“Oppressed people cannot remain oppressed forever. The yearning for freedom eventually manifests itself.” – Martin Luther King, Jr.⁠

@advancementproject is a next-generation, multi-racial civil rights organization. Rooted in the great human rights struggles for equality and justice, they exist to fulfill America’s promise of a caring, inclusive, and just democracy by using innovative tools and strategies to strengthen social movements and achieve high impact policy change.⁠

They envision a future where people of color are free – where they can thrive, be safe, and exercise power. ⁠

Click the link in bio for more info about @advancementprojec and check back tomorrow as we will continue to highlight organizations at the frontlines led by women of color. ⁠

Please keep more suggestions coming in the comments below.⁠
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We believe in the collective power of women to empower communities. ⁠

@essie4justice is a nonprofit organization of women with incarcerated loved ones taking on the rampant injustices created by mass incarceration. They focus on bringing women together to heal, build collective power, and drive social change. They are building a membership of fierce advocates for race and gender justice — including Black and Latinx women, formerly and currently incarcerated women, transgender women, and gender non-conforming people.⁠

Check back tomorrow as we will continue to highlight organizations at the frontlines led by women of color. Please keep more suggestions coming in the comments below.⁠
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“There’s something very important about films about black women and girls being made by black women. It’s a different perspective. It is a reflection as opposed to an interpretation, and I think we get a lot of interpretations about the lives of women that are not coming from women.” - Ava DuVernay⁠

@arraynow is an independent distribution company launched by award-winning filmmaker @Ava in 2010. Their work is dedicated to the amplification of independent films by people of color and women filmmakers globally. ⁠

At ARRAY, they work to elevate people of color and women of all kinds as filmmakers and craftspeople; expand narratives so that people from different walks of life are to see themselves reflected in one another; inspire future generations of talented storytellers and laborers to pursue a career in film; and ensure that the way underrepresented talent is hired and managed throughout the entertainment industry is transformed forever.⁠

We are inspired by their commitment to create change in diversity, equity, and inclusion.⁠

Check back tomorrow as we will continue to highlight organizations at the frontlines led by Black women. Please keep more suggestions coming in the comments below.⁠
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“Justice for her. Justice for all.”⁠

For more than 40 years @nationalwomenslawcenter has been fighting for women and families.⁠

The National Women’s Law Center fights for gender justice — in the courts, in public policy, and in our society — working across the issues that are central to the lives of women and girls. They use the law in all its forms to change culture and drive solutions to the gender inequity that shapes our society and break down the barriers that harm all of us — especially those who face multiple forms of discrimination, including women of color, LGBTQ people, and low-income women and families. ⁠

For the rest of the week, we will continue to highlight organizations at the frontlines led by women of color. Please keep more suggestions coming in the comments below.
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As we mourn the lives lost to senseless police brutality, including the life of George Floyd, we know that we cannot remain silent. As individuals and as an organization, we condemn and will not tolerate racism and the ongoing violence towards Black Americans.⁠

We all have a role to play in resisting this hatred. As a community, we must do the work to overcome the structural racism and inequality that is being further exposed by both #covid19 and police brutality. And the best response when change feels impossible is to TAKE ACTION—no matter how small.⁠

Here are a few small steps we can take to change the world around us.⁠

• Don’t hold your tongue, speak up against injustice⁠
• Do the research and educate yourself⁠
• Be okay with being uncomfortable and have conversations about the ongoing racism, discrimination, and intolerance with people you love.⁠

For the rest of the week, we will be highlighting organizations at the frontlines led by women of color. Please keep more suggestions coming in the comments below.⁠
#justiceforgeorgefloyd #blacklivesmatter #humanrights
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“We’re just glad that we have found this way to stay in touch with women. We call them, we check up on them, we look for other service providers, try to help them, and provide some service for them.” — Shan, Economic Empowerment Manager in Iraq⁠

Click the link in bio to learn how women we serve and our staff are innovating and using mobile technology to stay connected without contact.⁠

📸 Alison Baskerville⁠

#covid19 #stayconnected #stayhealthy #innovation #community⁠
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Thanks for joining us this month as we read The Girl Who Smiled Beads, A Story of War and What Comes After, by @clemantine1 and @_lizweil.⁠

We wanted to hear your feelings and reactions and asked you to tag us using the hashtag #WfWIBookClub. Here's what one reader, @thanu.pc said, "...their story strongly appeals the world not to repeat the worst acts of humanity instead to take actions to make the world better." ⁠

Thank you for taking part in this important conversation! To see more reader responses, check out our May book club wrap up blog —link in bio! Or keep the conversation going in the comments below. And don’t forget to vote for June’s book club pick in our IG story today! ⁠

#thegirlwhosmiledbeads #storytelling #bookclub⁠
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Our #HopeBeyondtheHeadlines series creates an opportunity to speak with our @womenforwomen global family, focusing on hope and aspirations for women everywhere. Swipe to read some of our favorite quotes, and we’d love to read your favorites in the comment section below— the full episodes are on IGTV!
#motivationalquotes #inspirationalquotes #inspiration #womenempowerment #womensrights
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We all have the power to stand up for what’s right, even if it only impacts one person. #fightforjustice
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We know that COVID-19 is going to have a long-term impact on women survivors of war, and once the lockdown ends, we need to be ready and able to respond to the overwhelming need. Your support will help women survivors of conflict, sexual abuse, violence, and epidemic diseases receive the resources they need to protect themselves and make meaningful and lasting change in their lives both year-round and immediately during this crisis. ⁠

Please make an urgent gift by June 30th and it will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $100,000.
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Program Participants from Nigeria remind us that “tough times don’t last” and just because we’re apart doesn’t mean we can’t stay connected.⁠

Click the link in bio to read more messages of hope and support they’ve shared. ⁠
#MessageToMySister #stayconnected #alonetogether #mondaymotivation
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Last week we announced great news — Our in-person trainings in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are resuming! ⁠

During our in-person trainings women will be seated 6 feet apart from one another, and the trainings will take place outside instead of our usual classroom setting. ⁠

Click the link in bio to learn about the safety precautions our teams will take to ensure the safety of women and staff and about the life-saving information we'll have the opportunity to share with Program Participants.
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“... This story is intense, tragic, and important. The words are so beautiful and honest.” #regram @_alisonreads

Who else is reading this month’s pick for #WfWIBookClub? Tell us what you think! ⁠

Comment below or share your own post and connect with other readers by tagging your response using hashtag #WfWIBookClub. ⁠

To spark the conversation, check out our #WfWIBookClub discussion questions at the link in our bio! Because when we share our stories, we share our strength.
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“I want to thank all of the staff who worked hard to pack and provide these hygiene kits." -- Frishta, Program Participant⁠

Frishta is one of many participants who received critical health and hygiene supplies in Afghanistan. ⁠

When Frishta picked up her hygiene kit, she told us she’s determined to help women around her and share the knowledge and resources she’s gained through our Signature Program. Click the link in bio to read about Frishta’s journey. ⁠

#strongerwomenstrongernations #covid19 #covidresponse #nonprofit
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The world we know has changed dramatically. #COVID19 has spread to nearly every corner of the globe and has had a massive impact on our lives. Yet, women in conflict-affected countries are getting hit the hardest.⁠

That’s why we are working around-the-clock to adapt our programs and help fight the global spread of coronavirus—protecting the most vulnerable women from disease and devastation. And we are excited to announce that a generous anonymous donor has provided $100,000 match now through June 30th to help raise immediate, lifesaving resources. ⁠

Please make a special gift today to take advantage of this special match opportunity to DOUBLE your impact. (link in bio) ⁠

📸Ryan Carter
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Tomorrow, May 21 @ 12 pm EDT @msalisonpill will join us and @laurelannadams for an all-new live #HopeBeyondtheHeadlines episode.
@msalisonpill will share her take on motherhood during these challenging times, how she's sustaining hope, and more. Be sure to tune in! #hope #parenting #covid19 #startrekpicard #americanhorrorstory #scottpilgramvstheworld
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"Our graduates have organized themselves into smaller groups who take turns to farm, keeping a safe distance."⁠ ⁠
Clemence, our Economic Empowerment Manager in Rwanda, shares how the #coronavirus pandemic is affecting our team and the women we serve. (Link in bio) ⁠
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“I’m very thankful for this program, that it does not only support us financially but also takes care of our health. Thank you for giving us more information about this deadly virus and providing us these hygiene kits.” — Maryam, a participant from our Afghanistan program
Thank you, everyone, who shared our #GivingTuesdayNow campaign with friends and family, and to all who gave a gift! Through your gift, you helped make and distribute more than 4,700 hygiene kits to women in Afghanistan during this #COVID19 crisis.
Click the link in bio to learn more about the critical health & hygiene resources Program Participants received.
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In this #HopeBeyondtheHeadlines episode, @samanthajpower, former United States Ambassador to the United Nations, talks to @laurelannadams about shrinking the change of this global pandemic and how women can lean in and lean on each other in times of crisis. #covid19 #covid19response #motivation #sheinspiresme
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