Listening Tour NYC 7/25

THIRD WAVE FOUNDATION 

Join Third Wave Foundation and our hosts,
Katherine Acey + Sara Gould
for
Eat, Drink and Dream
the 2012 Listening Tour in New York City

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Address and Directions to be provided with RSVP

For more information or to RSVP contact,
Kim Ford
kim@thirdwavefoundation.org
212.228.8311 x14

Third Wave is going to key cities across the country to hear from community members how we can better support the future of feminist leadership, deepen our impact and raise support for young social justice activists.

ABOUT THIRD WAVE FOUNDATION:
We are a feminist, activist foundation that works nationally to support young women and transgender youth ages 15 to 30. Through strategic grantmaking, leadership development, and philanthropic advocacy, we support groups and individuals working towards gender, racial, economic, and social justice.

 

June 22, 2012 / “The Invisible War” Film Screening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join Third Wave Foundation, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, SparkNYC and Service Women’s Action Network (SWAN) for a screening event for The Invisible War.

THIS FRIDAY, June 22, 2012

Pre-Screening Happy Hour: Blue Owl  – 196 2nd Ave. / 6:00-7:30p

Film Screening: AMC Village 7 - 66 3rd Ave. / 8:00-9:45p

Debrief Discussion: Luzzo’s Restaurant - 211 1st Ave. / 10:00-11:00pm

The Invisible War is a groundbreaking investigative documentary about the epidemic of rape within the U.S. military. The film paints a startling picture of the extent of the problem today, a female soldier in combat zones is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire. The Invisible War exposes the epidemic, breaking open one of the most under-reported stories of our generation.

To join us for this film screening and discussion, please email intern@thirdwavefoundation.org.

 

May 30, 2012 / Major Activists for Gender Justice: A Discussion at Flomenhaft Gallery

Wednesday, May 30, 2012, 6 – 8pm

Flomenhaft Gallery

547 W 27th St, NY, NY

 

Please join us at the Flomenhaft Gallery in New York City for a discussion with Major Activists for Gender Justice presented as part of Have Art Will Travel (HAWT) and Flomenhaft Gallery’s The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein.

A tour-de-force with high-profile activists who will reveal their modus operandi for changing the world. They each have a different take on how to shout, move, push the world toward gender equity.

 

Mia Herndon – Moderator, is the Executive Director of Third Wave Foundation.

Charlotte Bunch is the Founding Director and Senior Scholar, Center for Global Leadership, Douglass College, Rutgers University. A 10-minute video clip from Passionate Politics, the Life and Work of Charlotte Bunch can be viewed on a loop at Flomenhaft Gallery from 10am-2pm on May 30th.

Blanche Wiesen Cook is the Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College, CUNY and Author, Eleanor Roosevelt, Vols I and II.

Biola Jeje is the Founding member of New York Students Rising and student-organizer at Brooklyn College.

Dorothy Sander is the Board Co-Chair, International Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission.

 

RSVP appreciated, but not required: HAWT@HaveArtWillTravel.org

March 2012: Third Wave Joins Women’s History Month Campaign

March 2012

Amidst intensified attacks on women’s rights this election year, Third Wave Foundation is partnering with 25 women’s funds from across the country to increase attention to the issues affecting women and girls nationwide.

With politicians openly supporting a reversal of women’s rights – from attempts to deny them access to contraception to deeming them unfit for military combat – the “Calling All Women: Send a Message of Strength” campaign is raising awareness of the inequality that exists and highlighting the change that local and national women’s funds are advancing in communities around the country.

Throughout the month of March – Women’s History Month – the campaign is using mobile-giving technology and a multi-pronged social mobilization approach to spread the message that women must unite for change. By texting WOMEN to 50555, supporters can donate $10, which will be distributed to participating women’s funds.

The campaign features a video demonstrating the impact of inequality on women’s lives. With women still earning only 77 percent of men’s pay – and disparities in access to health care and education pervasive, women continue to lag behind men in many social indicators.

Women’s funds across the U.S. work every day to make positive change by supporting women on a broad range of issues, including living-wage jobs and workplace supports for mothers. By building leadership, skills and connections, these funds also help combat the underrepresentation of women in public office and higher-earning career fields, like science and technology.

As a feminist, activist foundation that works nationally to support young women and transgender youth ages 15 to 30, Third Wave Foundation is committed to growing the women’s movement by supporting new and innovative approaches to pursuing gender, racial, social and economic justice.

For more information about the “Calling All Women: Send a Message of Strength” campaign, please visit callingallwomen2012.com.

April 7-9, 2011 / Women’s Funding Network Conference

Women’s Funding Network Conference
April 7-9, 2011
Brooklyn, NY

Join Women’s Funding Network for a global conference that brings together women’s fund leaders, donors, experts and activists from around the world! The conference will mobilize women leaders to activate, harness and amplify the Power of Global Networks. Register and read the full schedule and presenters’ list online.

Feb 24, 2011 / last night’s feminist party II

last night’s feminist party II
February 24, 2011 / 7-9pm
White Rabbit / 145 E. Houston St / New York, NY

we’re bringing activism to the party! join local feminist, queer and allied young people for some generous acts of troublemaking to support 3W! (see some photos from our last party.)

come out for the festive feminist drink specials that benefit youth activists across the country. stay for the timely on-the-spot activism to promote reproductive justice in the current legislative session.

Nov 20th, 2010 / Sistas On The Rise Mic-a-Thon

Saturday, November 20th, 2010, 11am-12pm
Location: 835 Dawson St (store front) Bronx, NY 10459
2/5 train to prospect ave or 6 train to longwood

On November 20th, Sistas on the Rise, a long standing nonprofit organization dedicated to providing resources for parenting teens in the highest district of teen pregnancy in New York, will be joining forces with 50 performing artists throughout New York for the biggest Mic-a-thon to hit the Northeast- THE *SHOW YOUR LOVE MIC-A-THON*.

SISTAS ON THE RISE houses the legendary SOUL*SWEET SANCTUARY, an Open Mic where we all embrace our creative selves and honor our ancestors. Normally an afterhours affair, Soul Sweet Santurary will be hosting a 12 HOURS of performances- 11AM TO 12AM, filled with food, fiyah, and revolution. All day access tickets are $20, and include food. Group Rates/Sponsorship/Program Journal Packages Starting At $60. For more information, contact Leslie Grant at sistasontherise@hotmail.com or call 718.991.6003

Purchase a ticket from an artist in support of YOUNG MOTHERS, MUSIC, AND HIP HOP!

Nov 19, 2010 / last night’s feminist party

last night’s feminist party
Lolita, 266 Broome St, New York, NY

join our staff, local grant partners, and our board for drinking, dancing, posing for party photos you will definitely want to remember the morning after, and other generous acts of trouble-making to support young feminist activists.

happy hour ’til 8! enjoy feminist drink specials to benefit Third Wave!

RSVP on Facebook

Nov 13-14, 2010 / State RootsCamps

Saturday, November 13th – Sunday, November 14th, 2010
Nationwide

This year marks the 5th annual RootsCamp “unconference” where organizers set the agenda, share lessons learned and drive the conversation about best practices in organizing. RootsCamps aren’t top-down, panel-led conferences. They are “unconferences” led by the people who attend — like you — who want to talk about organizing and running campaigns in a whole new way. It’s a place to share the stories, successes and lessons of our organizing from a truly local perspective. You’ll hear directly from the field staff, data managers, and new media gurus, as well as the campaign managers and consultants, so that we can all replicate our successes and avoid repeating the failures in our next campaigns.

Click here to see where the RootsCamp is being held in your state!

Nov 4-7, 2010 / Women’s Donor Network Conference

Thursday, November 4 – Sunday, November 7, 2010
Philadelphia, PA

Women’s Donor Network Conference will be taking place this year on November 4-7, in Philadelphia, PA. The theme of this year’s conference is “Local Action, Global Impact: Connecting Women. Building Networks. Making Change.”

For more information, check out their website.