Dismantling White Supremacy Culture and Navigating with Integrity: Mind Mapping Crisis Response in Nonprofit Leadership

During this time of crisis many nonprofits are juggling a vast array of priorities. These competing focuses might include protecting staff from unnecessary risk, keeping with funding requirements and perhaps the most salient of these priorities--adapting to the shifts in participant need.  As DV organizations specifically, we are expected to react to crises on a … Continue reading Dismantling White Supremacy Culture and Navigating with Integrity: Mind Mapping Crisis Response in Nonprofit Leadership

We believe you.

We were very honored to be invited to KGO 810 to talk about WOMAN Inc during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Thank you to the station and to Ronn Owens for allowing us access to your platform; we connected with your listeners and hope some folks listening needed to hear about our organization. Unfortunately, we weren’t … Continue reading We believe you.

W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Advocates at the WOVEN World Summit

International Women’s Day 8th March, 2016 “It takes some skill to hold a group of strong women, and Rachel & Monika do just that. Woven is an incredible healing container for Women to let down their guard, to bring all of themselves, and to discover the woman within us that is unstoppable. Every woman needs … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Advocates at the WOVEN World Summit

Honoring Black History Month: Ella Baker & June Jordan

"To tell the truth is to become beautiful, to begin to love yourself, value yourself. And that's political, in its most profound way." June Jordan (1936-2002) was a passionate poet and activist who fought for civil, LGBT+ and women's rights. Throughout the years, she taught at Yale University, Sarah Lawrence College, the State University of … Continue reading Honoring Black History Month: Ella Baker & June Jordan

Honoring Black History Month: Octavia E. Butler

"I was attracted to science fiction because it was so wide open. I was able to do anything and there were no walls to hem you in and there was no human condition that you were stopped from examining." The late Octavia E. Butler was one of the first African American women to be recognized … Continue reading Honoring Black History Month: Octavia E. Butler

W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Spreading Some Women’s History Love: Lucy Gonzalez Parsons

Lucy Parsons was a radical anarchist, feminist and labor organizer. A woman of mixed racial heritage who grew up during the Civil War in Texas and then the tumultuous industrialization of Chicago, Lucy Parsons fought tirelessly her entire life to end all forms of oppression. She is remarkable- not only in her intelligence but in … Continue reading W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Spreading Some Women’s History Love: Lucy Gonzalez Parsons