Partners

Women Engaged appreciates our existing partnerships with like-minded organizations and community activists. Together we are able to bring together a diverse skill set and perspective to strengthen our collective impact across the Atlanta metro area, and the state of Georgia. Together we have hosted community events such as candidate forums, our annual People’s State of the Union, Reproductive Justice trainings, and awareness to the issues. If you are interested in partnering with Women Engaged, please visit Contact Us to fill out our form and someone from our team will contact you to discuss more.

From( L to R) Charles Stephens, Counter Narrative Project, Malika Redmond, Women Engaged, Nse Ufot, New Georgia Project, Chanel Haley and Eric Paulk, Equality Federation of Georgia at Counter Narrative Project’s Moving The Margin: Voting Rights and the Black LGBT Community. 2/28/17

From( L to R) Charles Stephens, Counter Narrative Project, Malika Redmond, Women Engaged, Nse Ufot, New Georgia Project, Chanel Haley and Eric Paulk, Equality Federation of Georgia at Counter Narrative Project’s Moving The Margin: Voting Rights and the Black LGBT Community. 2/28/17


Caption: Our Annual People’s State of the Union with 9to5 Georgia and National Domestic Workers’ Alliance: We Dream in Black - Atlanta Chapter
Caption: Our Annual People’s State of the Union with 9to5 Georgia and National Domestic Workers’ Alliance: We Dream in Black - Atlanta Chapter


Rights Faith & Democracy Collaborative Georgia with Equality Georgia, SisterSong, Jobs with Justice, and Women Engaged , August 25, 2018.


Caption: Abortion, Brunch, and Conversations: ABCs of Reproductive Justice with our partners in the Georgia Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Coalition.

Caption: Abortion, Brunch, and Conversations: ABCs of Reproductive Justice with our partners in the Georgia Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Coalition. 


Caption: Women Engaged partners with Positive Women’s Network for their 2019 Electoral Organizing Bootcamp for their membership base located in various hotspots around the country. 


Caption: Women Engaged partners with Positive Women’s Network for their 2019 Electoral Organizing Bootcamp for their membership base located in various hotspots around the country. 


Photo Caption: Abortion Positive Tour with URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity, Feminist Women’s Health Center, and SPARK: Reproductive Justice NOW


Caption: Andrea, Andre, Diane conducting voter registration at the Beloved Community Church located in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Atlanta, Georgia. 

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