Updates - Women's Foundation California

Community. Now.

Yesterday marks two years since we filled San Francisco’s City Hall to celebrate our 40th anniversary together. A lot has […]

WFC X CHUCHA

We are over the moon to introduce our first-ever capsule collection! In collaboration with artist Chucha Marquez, this limited edition […]

Feminist Laws Signed in CA ✅

Photo of Governor Newsom signing the Momnibus Act with partners Forget #sweaterweather or return of the PSL, it’s bill signing […]

Hey Colonizers 👋

If that greeting stings a little bit, this message is for you. We’re on the cusp of Indigenous Peoples Day […]

Mónica Ramírez and #Masks4Migrants on Kiskadee

Raised in a migrant farmworker family, Mónica Ramírez is an attorney, author, and activist. Whether she is giving a TEDTalk or […]

Mj Rodriguez Deserved an Emmy

artwork of Mj Rodriguez by @arpintero We know award shows always give us complex feelings, and the Emmys are no […]

Confession Time ⏰

Updated 10.5.21 with survey results following our social media conversation. You’ve seen the term womxn. Maybe even right here on […]

The Recall: Essential Info

Have you voted yet? We are just a week away from the September 14th gubernatorial recall election and if you […]

Bills, Bills, Bills

Representation matters whether it’s on the silver screen, in the halls of congress, or in our state legislature. And our […]

Writing a Will, Crafting Our Feminist Future

Simply talking about death is hard. Making legal plans for what happens when you die? That can feel impossible.  But […]

Cheers to All the Rabble Rousers, Happy Women’s Equality Day!

In 1971, years before Women’s Foundation California existed, Bella Abzug and fellow feminist rabble rousers called for a Women’s Equality […]

Chucha Marquez: Coloring Book Conversations

“They, Them, Theirs” by Chucha Marquez celebrates the various ways we perform gender and the multitude of pronouns that we […]

Micah Bazant: Coloring Book Conversations

What do caterpillars, food, and reading queer speculative fiction have in common? The answer is visual artist Micah Bazant. Using […]

Michaela Oteri: Coloring Book Conversations

Michaela’s work is featured in All Bodies Deserve: Creating the Future of Us, a coloring book produced with the Center […]

AB 124 – Justice for Survivors: Breaking the Abuse-to-Prison Pipeline

Content Warning – the post contains descriptions of sexual abuse and physical violence.  Keiana Aldrich was sexually abused by her […]

Sydney Joslin-Knapp: Coloring Book Conversations

A multi-disciplinary artist with mid-western flair, Sydney Joslin-Knapp’s work melds influences across genres like funk music innovators from their hometown […]

Black August + Aria Sa’id Takeover

Alicia Garza tweeted: “Black people I love you. I love us. Our lives matter.”  Over eight years #BlackLivesMatter evolved into […]

5 Feminist Moments From the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Surprise! Sexism and racism were alive and well at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. From Sha’Carri Richardson’s ridiculous suspension to the […]

Cece Carpio: Drawing = Activism

With a little acrylic, ink, and spray paint, Cece Carpio creates moving portraits of everyday people in her community. As […]

Breena Nuñez: Coloring Book Conversations

Through their diary comics, Breena Nuñez explores everything from the awkwardness of racism to growing up as a queer Afrodescendiente […]

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