FWHC collaborated with The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the National Organization for Men Against Sexism to create educational materials about Reproductive Coercion, a form of Intimate Partner Violence. This project made possible by a grant from Up the River Endeavors. 


Presented by: Feminist Women’s Health Center, Enroll America-Georgia, Raising Women’s Voices, & Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta


The Errin J. Vuley Fellows Program (EVFP) was launched in March 2017. EVFP is an intensive, hands-on, 10-month leadership development program. Errin J. Vuley was the Feminist Women’s Health Center’s first Community Engagement Coordinator (1997-1999); Errin inspired everyone she met with her passionate devotion to social justice, particularly in the areas of abortion access, trans justice, and racial justice. EVFP seeks to honor Errin’s memory by strengthening the leadership in reproductive, gender, and racial justice movements in Atlanta, the state of Georgia, and across the global landscape of the justice forward community.


“[W]e completed an art project … that highlighted what Fellows are passionate about. Many of our passions were skills that we could bring to the group. By weaving our passions and pieces of ourselves, we could see how we could come together as a group to accomplish our goals. 

EVFP 2017 Orientation, March 11, 2017



The program's flexibility is ideal for work and school schedules with a ten hour average time commitment per month. Over ten months, fellows will attend one Saturday workshop per month and have the option of participating in supplemental activities and events.

Each fellow will also complete an individual or group project, and fellows will focus on at least one self-designated skill set (i.e, policy, organizing, development, messaging and communications, and programming).

Personal Benefits:

By incorporating community partners as workshop facilitators, EVFP provides fellows with several opportunities to gain experience alongside professionals working in social justice. Moreover, fellows will expand their social justice network in metro-Atlanta and beyond.

Upon completion of their fellowship projects and EVFP, fellows will each be awarded a Launch Forward Award to support their next steps as leaders.

How can you get involved?

If you are interested in serving as a facilitator or interested in serving on the EVFP Advisory & Development Board, please contact [email protected] 

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.


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.


Started in 1999 by the Feminist Women's Health Center, the Emerging Leaders Project is a great way for people from all walks of life and communities to prepare for activism, advocacy, or organizational leadership.