The Lifting Latina Voices Initiative (LLVI) empowers metro-Atlanta Latinas through education and outreach to develop a diverse group of women making informed decisions about their sexual and reproductive health.
Since, 1999 The Feminist Women’s Health Center has developed and implemented programs and services geared to improve the wellbeing of Black Women. Research has shown that Black women are more prone to certain diseases and health conditions on account of their race and other disparities.
Watch. Learn. Discuss. Mobilize. Join us as we explore issues of sexuality, gender, and reproductive freedom through film. On the third Thursday of each month, the Feminist Film Forum Committee brings you a free screening of an edgy, engaging film, a lively post-screening discussion, and of course, popcorn.
In March of 2003, the Feminist Women's Health Center (FWHC) began its relationship with the National Organization for Men Against Sexism (NOMAS) through a grant initiative funded by Up the River Endeavors. Out of this relationship was born the Men Against Sexism Outreach Project (MASOP), a collaborative project evolving into Men for Equality & Reproductive Justice (MERJ) in 2008.
In collabortation with other local community organizations, we work to overcome social, cultural, and economic barriers to provide vital reproductive health information and services to an often ignored population of women.