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On #MothersDay, we are honored the courage and ingenuity of mothers around the world who are standing up, speaking out, and challenging injustice, starting with the feminist moms in our network!
JASS, Furia and Raising Voices
CLICK to watch JASS' Phumi Mtetwa and Zeph Repollo talk about on movement building, self and collective care, intersectionality, and working in repressive contexts - produced in collaboration with FURIA and Raising Voices.
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In this publication, co-author Margo Okazawa-Rey provides a deep contextual analysis of how women are organizing to resist and confront converging political and economic crises, and why feminist movement building matters as a strategy to counter backlash.
In recent months, abortion bans have dominated the headlines. But these battles are not only happening in the U.S. We talked to colleagues and allies about abortion rights in Nicaragua, Mexico, the Philippines, and Zimbabwe – and what that means for people who need to access the full range of reproductive care.
We are mourning the shocking loss of four very dear friends & allies: Ana Paula Hernandez, Sally O’Neill, Ana Velasquez & Daniel Tuc. We will miss these generous, caring & committed sisters and brother.
On this International Women’s Day in this all-important International Women’s Month, with so much to shout about, we are lifting up three things to celebrate with you: Women as first-responders to crises, #GlobalSisterhood, Feminism for everybody.
We close 2013 by adding our own heart-felt goodbye to the many beautiful tributes in honor of the extraordinary life of Nelson Mandela. Among the many ways that Mandela has shaped what we do and how we do it at JASS was his rare ability to bring together power and love as a potent force for change that made the impossible, possible.
Happy International Women's Day! A big theme around the world is violence against women and how to stop it, and despite some grim realities, we're actually feeling optimistic. First, let's acknowledge how much progress has been made – laws, policies, services, task forces, research, training, and even phone apps! Though uneven, there is awareness that violence is wrong and unacceptable – in homes, in wars, in the military, in schools, at workplaces, at parties, on buses, and in intimate relationships.
From Gaza to Ukraine to the US-border, we are reminded of how interlinked our humanity and histories truly are, and of the importance of global citizenship—speaking out against injustice and war wherever it may be.

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