Mission Statement

Leading the Good Fight

“Fight for things that you care about but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.”

– Ruth Bader Ginsburg

How can we interrogate inequalities and inequities along the intersectional lines of ability, class, gender, race, sex, and sexuality? When will we seek to effect change in areas where intersectionality can create power inequity?

What systems are we fighting against? Is it a system that upholds violence, silence, impedes economic empowerment? What are we fighting for? Peace, equitable rights, respect? Who are we fighting for? We are all in this together and no one should be forgotten!

“This has taken my father’s time, my mother’s time, my uncle’s time, my brothers’, and my sisters’ time. How much time do you want for your progress?”

– Maya Angelou”