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AAPI Women Lead From their website:

"The #ImReady Movement begins with a series of conferences that will raise awareness around the experiences that AAPI women have with #MeToo, gender and racial discrimination. Our families and communities are experiencing issues of domestic violence, sexual violence, child abuse, sex trafficking, human trafficking, and domestic worker abuse. It is time to act."

Learn more here: ImReadyMovement.org


Center for Reproductive Rights From their website:

"The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world. We envision a world...Where every woman is free to decide whether or when to have children and whether to get married; where access to quality reproductive health care is guaranteed; and where every woman can make these decisions free from coercion or discrimination."

Learn more here: ReproductiveRights.org


Democratic Women's Caucus From their site:

"The Democratic Women's Caucus is a powerful coalition that will make sure women's voices are heard in the halls of power.

Over and over again women have made clear the power of their voices and their votes: electing the first woman Vice President, a record number of women in Congress, and protecting reproductive rights in state and local elections across the country. The Democratic Women's Caucus won't let anyone forget that. With a historic 94 members, we are fighting for the rights and opportunities that all women deserve—no matter what state they live in."

Learn more here: DemocraticWomensCaucus.House.gov


Emily's List from their site:

"Founded in 1985, EMILY's has helped make history for over 30 years." "Seeking to put women into office who can make significant contributions to education, health care, voting rights, and economic equality, we have systematically defined a strategic approach to winning elections that drive progressive change."

Learn more here: EmilysList.org


Girls Who Code from their site:

"Girls Who Code is an organization that values diversity, equity, and inclusion as essential to our mission." "We acknowledge that historical and institutional barriers-particularly racial bias and discrimination-play a role in the widening gender gap in computer science and who has access to opportunities in these fields."

Learn more here: GirlsWhoCode.com


Her Bold Move from their site:

"Founded in early 2021, Her Bold Move is a progressive political action committee laser-focused on shattering the glass ceilings that still exist in American politics.

By providing critical support including financial aid, message amplification, paid media, mentorship, and more, we work to elect women to the remaining government seats that have yet to be filled by a woman."

Learn more here: HerBoldMove.org


National Black Women's Justice Institute from their site:

"The National Black Women's Justice Institute (NBWJI) aims to eliminate racial and gender disparities in the U.S. criminal legal system that are responsible for its disproportionate impact on Black women, girls, and gender nonconforming people...We seek to dismantle the punitive paradigm driving the U.S. criminal legal system and build, in its place, pathways to healing and opportunity."

Learn more here: NBWJI.org


National Organization for Women from their site:

"NOW is a multi-issue, multi-strategy organization that takes a holistic approach to women's rights. Our priorities are winning economic equality and securing it with an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that will guarantee equal rights for women; championing abortion rights, reproductive freedom and other women's health issues; opposing racism; fighting bigotry against the LGBTQIA community; and ending violence against women."

Learn more here: Now.org


Planned Parenthood from their site:

"In October 2016, Planned Parenthood turned 100 years strong. Planned Parenthood was founded on the revolutionary idea that women should have the information and care they need to live strong, healthy lives and fulfill their dreams - no ceilings, no limits." "Today, Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world."

Learn more here: PlannedParenthood.org


Reproductive Freedom For All from their site:

"Reproductive Freedom For All, formerly NARAL Pro-Choice America, has helped lead the charge for over 50 years in the fight for abortion rights, access to birth control, parental leave policies, and pregnancy protections."

"1969 NARAL is established. The National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws, NARAL, is established at the "First National Conference on Abortion Laws: Modification or Repeal" conference held in Chicago."

"2023 NARAL launches its 2023 "Freedom for Everybody" organizing and mobilization program. This program builds on the momentum of the midterms, giving voters and supporters more ways to act on their values by training them to organize in their own communities. NARAL changes its name to Reproductive Freedom for All as it continues its commitment to equitable access to reproductive health care."

Learn more here: ReproductiveFreedomForAll.org


Running Start from their site:

"Our training programs are focused on educating young women about leadership, campaign strategy, and teamwork, without a partisan lens." "We're empowering young women to get involved in politics and transform our world, one elected female leader at a time. We offer programs that equip them with the hands on skills and confidence they need to run and win."

Learn more here: RunningStart.org


She Should Run from their site:

"She Should Run is a nonpartisan nonprofit working to dramatically increase the number of women considering a run for public office." "We motivate women from all walks of life to explore the possibility of public office by identifying and tackling the barriers to elected leadership. We do this through data-driven content, education, and collective action."

Learn more here: SheShouldRun.org


UltraViolet from their site:

"UltraViolet is a powerful and rapidly growing community of people mobilized to fight sexism and create a more inclusive world that accurately represents all women, from politics and government to media and pop culture. UltraViolet is a community of one million people that drives feminist cultural and political change. Through people power and strategic advocacy, we work to improve the lives of women and girls of all identities and backgrounds, and all people impacted by sexism, by dismantling discrimination and creating a cost for sexism."

Learn more here: WeAreUltraviolet.org


Women Engaged from their site:

"Women Engaged (WE) is a social justice nonprofit that takes an innovative, hands-on learning approach to advancing women's human rights, youth empowerment and civic engagement efforts in Georgia. Using a human rights framework, Women Engaged develops policy recommendations, conducts research and organizing initiatives paired with leadership development, savvy communications outreach strategies and civic engagement opportunities for women and youth of color.

WE focuses on strengthening the voter participation of new voters and to increase the voting activity of inactive registered voters on the issues paramount to their communities and lives through year round voter education and "Get Out the Vote" campaigns."

Learn more here: WomenEngaged.org


Women in STEM Caucus from their site:

"The Women in STEM Caucus helps bring public and congressional awareness to policies, programs, and initiatives that support women in STEM fields, and develops the next generation of women leaders in STEM. The caucus gives a permanent voice on Capitol Hill to those committed to advancing women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math and encourages policy solutions that promote women and other underrepresented minorities in STEM education and careers."

Learn more here: ScienceCoalition.org


Women's Congressional Policy Institute from their site:

"The Women's Congressional Policy Institute (WCPI) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy organization whose mission is to bring together a community of bipartisan women policymakers and trusted partners to advance issues of importance to women, develop the next generation of women leaders, and foster a more effective and representative democracy."

Learn more here: WCPInst.org


Women's March from their site:

"The mission of Women's March is to harness the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social change. Women's March is a women-led movement providing intersectional education on a diverse range of issues and creating entry points for new grassroots activists & organizers to engage in their local communities through trainings, outreach programs and events. Women's March is committed to dismantling systems of oppression through nonviolent resistance and building inclusive structures guided by self-determination, dignity and respect."

Learn more here: WomensMarch.com


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