We are furious about the anti-choice bills that have recently passed in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, and Mississippi.
Here are a few wonderful reproductive rights organizations in the states affected by the most recent group of laws restricting the rights and bodily autonomy of people seeking abortions. Read More
Read the books that our May readers (Jessica Gross, Leah Johnson, Halimah Marcus, & KC Trommer) are inspired by right now. Read More
Tatenda Ngwaru is a Zimbabwean intersex activist now based in New York City as an asylum seeker. One of the readers for our upcoming May event, she ran the first Intersex and transgender organization in Zimbabwe for four years.
We were honored to speak with Tatenda about her journey thus far and her current work as an activist and advocate. Read More
We’re gearing up for our first ever Portland reading this week, supporting the Women’s Justice Project.
If you’re at AWP and are looking for a great opportunity to hear personal stories from five stellar writers and support a worthy cause all at once, we hope you’ll join us!
Readers Chelsea Bieker, Aja Gabel, Genevieve Hudson, T Kira Madden & Kimberly King Parsons sent us the books and stories that are inspiring them right now. Read More
As the weather gets chilly, there's no better time to snuggle up with a good book. Check out these inspiring reads, recommended by the readers from our last event! Read More
Our first Los Angeles event of the year was all about hope. Erica Chidi Cohen, Kate Johnston, Marisa Matarazzo, & Lilliam Rivera shared stories about overcoming the past, finding the courage to put themselves first, and finding common ground through shared human experiences. Read More
In case you missed us on November 29th supporting Equal Pay Today, here is some advice — both practical and cathartic. Read More
In case you missed us on October 14, here are some of our favorite moments from Everyday People: The Color of Life, supporting the Trans Women of Color Collective. Read More
This year, The Freya Project awarded two $500 travel grants to female identifying writers from red states. We are happy to announce that Kundiman fellows Leah Schlacter and Tiana Nobile were the recipients of these grants — and we’re equally happy to share their writing with you. Read More
Last week, we gathered at The Wing to hear Hermione Hoby, Naima Coster, Melissa Febos, Michele Filgate, and Crystal McCreary read about a time they fought for themselves, and to raise essential funds for Taller Salud. Read More