We, Women fuels the movement by combining photography and community engagement to maximize visibility and impact.
In year one, we will fund up to 20 projects in 2020. After 2020, we aim to expand We, Women to support additional projects across the United States, D.C., and Puerto Rico.
We, Women prioritizes artists of color and individuals from all spectrums of identity, including religion, sexual orientation, age, ability, and socio-economic status. By creating projects that unite and engage communities across the United States, our artists show how issues are interconnected and how we are all affected by them.
In an era characterized by divisiveness and distrust in politics and the media, We, Women artists investigate how they can combine images with community engagement to offer a direct route to the core of a problem and the beginning of a solution.
Our artists highlight the vital role the arts can play in social change movements, by visualizing issues, attracting attention, connecting changemakers, and bridging dialogues.
We, Women seeks to reclaim the photographic process in an act of visual rebellion: how it’s executed, what it means, and who it reaches. Only through a holistic understanding of how imbalanced power structures impact our entire society can we hope to create a shift in our political and social systems.