Archive for April 2019
Run4Salmon 2019: Save the Date
Each September for the past 2 years, Chief Caleen Sisk has led the Winnemem Wintu Tribe and allies in the Run4Salmon, a 300-mile journey from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta region to the tribe’s historic village site on the McCloud River near Mt. Shasta. This two-week long prayerful event is a call to action to…Read More
Meet the Interns: Hi, Ashley!
“Women are the backbones of their communities, and yet they face marginalization on multiple fronts. If we are able to cultivate spaces where women’s rights and needs are prioritized rather than treated as an afterthought, entire communities will benefit.” – Ashley Vu, WEA Intern To say we are incredibly fortunate and honored to be able…Read More
RESIST and RECLAIM Giveaways Coming Soon!
To celebrate the release of RISE — the third in our series of four illustrations by local artist Mara Gerson — which launches in September, this summer we’re giving 2 lucky WEA community members a chance to win the first two illustrations: RESIST and RECLAIM.Read More
New RIPPLE print
Everyday, WEA women leaders model this most basic truth: when women are equipped with resources and support, they not only profoundly impact their local environment, but they create a positive ripple effect on entire regions. As the U.S. elections and our partners have shown, we can never underestimate the impact that each of our actions…Read More
Meet our newest board member, Charity Tooze
WEA’s newest Leadership Board member, Charity Tooze, is a longtime champion of women’s rights, and currently serves as Director of Gender, Partnerships, and Communications with Equal Access International. She’s a creative social impact leader with a fierce commitment to uplifting girl and women-led organizations, and we are honored to have her experience and voice on…Read More