Femme Founders is a series of interviews featuring people on the femme spectrum who are founders of organizations, companies, and movements.
Femme History is a series dedicated to featuring inspirational people who self-identify as being on the femme spectrum.
Editorials on EFH
Editorials on EFH aim to showcase and develop meaningful content to generate awareness about issues affecting feminine identifying people globally.
August is drawing to a close and the Equality for HER team is back from our hiatus but we've been repping EFH all #SummerSixteen. Check out our Summer Sixteen Recap.
I learned about the amazing products and creations of Zoe Love Designs via Instagram while searching for Afrocentric designers. Check out the creators of Zoe Love Designs, Michelle and Sharlene, in this week's edition of Femme Founders.
As a result of practicing Islam, I know my religion teaches nothing but peace, love and respect. I also know mainstream media has become the most powerful entity on earth, turning illusions and radical opinions to reality. Less than 4% of all mass shootings in America are from extremists calling themselves “Muslims.”
Femme Founders: I met Yui, Tiffany, and Mimi during a No Kings DC event at Lab 1270 at Union Market DC. The dynamic trio agreed to sit down for an interview with me for an interview about their unlimited energy, seamless efficiency, and collaborative leadership style.
The words you say, the things you do and the pain you inflict on others is all part of a greater system which tells people like me -- people like your child -- that we are not human and we don’t deserve happiness.
bilphena yahwon and Upile Chisala are the founders of yanja, a monthly gathering that creates a safe/courageous space for people of colour in Baltimore. I recently met these two amazing femmes and asked them to sit down with me for a Q&A about the mission of yanja, the importance of safe spaces, and the complexity of diasporic blackness.
While moving forward with gun control is a crucial part of the work necessary to prevent this from happening again, however, our focus has been almost solely on the gun and not on the men wielding them. It’s time we talk about the actual root cause and not just the method of what’s being reported as the deadliest mass murder in our history.
Tenbeete Solomon AKA Trap Bob is a DMV based artist known for her unique style and vibrant presence. Trap Bob and I sat down to discuss her passion for creating, love of Gucci Mane, and involvement within the Washington, DC art scene.
Join Equality for HER for it's inaugural Femme Film Festival featuring 9 Months in the Bronx by Anna Bressanin. View the documentary with Equality for HER before its global broadcast on bbc.com and on TV via the BBC’s international news channel BBC World News.
“Habis Gelap Terbitlah Terang” is not just a common phrase in Indonesia, it takes us back to the year of 1879, the era when women in Indonesia were still bound by patriarchal customs restricting their educational opportunities. I would like to share a part of our Indonesian history regarding women’s role and women’s rights. At that time, women were regarded as ‘mother figures’.