Our Impact

 

I invite you to explore what WE and our partners and allies have accomplished in the seven years since our founding. Above all, I hope you will join us in our belief that what was once previously unthinkable can become reality if we tap into our shared power and our future-shaping ideas. Now more than ever, we must continue our work to engage Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities in the struggle for justice.

— Malika Redmond, CEO & CoFounder of Women Engaged

 

Women Engaged 7 Year Impact Report

 


 

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