National Radio Project recently interviewed India Program Director Rucha Chitnis, Africa Program Director Maame Yelbert Obeng, and GWWI Director Gemma Bulos for its Women Rising radio program. Click here to listen to the interview and learn more about women’s rights to water, land, and farming. “Women are realizing that they are carpenters; they are masons who…

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WEA is honored to be the beneficiary of the 8th Annual Short-Attention-Span Environmental Film Festival March 17th at 7 and 9 pm in the David Brower Center for an evening of entertainment benefiting our work and showcasing nine inspiring, environmentally-themed short films. A Q&A session will follow both screenings. Please click here for ticketing and more…

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Dear Friends,

  Seasons Greetings!

 In celebrating this holiday season, we invite you all to make a ripple that contributes to clean water campaigns in Africa, training for women farmers in India and advocacy support to Native American leaders in North America. Our incredible WEA artist and community organizer, Nikila Badua has designed a stunning animated…

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  The photo above features Seane Corn (Off the Mat and Into the World), Melinda Kramer (WEA), Amira Diamond (WEA), Julia Butterfly Hill, and Suzanne Sterling (Off the Mat). Transforming Women’s Lives, Transforming the World On October 20th, the international non-profit organization Women’s Earth Alliance convened a gathering in Culver City, CA – bringing together…

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