What is Women’s Fellowship?
The Women’s Fellowship is an annual 12-month program that builds the leadership of formerly incarcerated women of color, or those directly impacted by incarceration and the criminal justice system.
Its goal is to equip women leaders with the tools they need to engage in strategic discussions and partnerships to shape policy decisions and establish how power is attained and wielded at home, work and their communities.
Through training and political education sessions, the program aims to support justice-involved women so they can envision themselves out of their current realities and craft an agenda that is for and by them.
For the inaugural pilot, Community Change has selected 10 fellows.
WOMEN’S FELLOWSHIP FELLOWS 2020-2021
Living United for a Change in Arizona (LUCHA) / United We Dream
Elizabeth Ruiz Reyes
The Freedom BLOC
Residents Organizing for Change (ROC)
The Peoples Revolution for Sacramento
Independent First Nations
Robin D. Turner
Ohio Organizing Collaborative (OOC)
Little Rock, AK
Citizens Action NY
Texas Organizing Project (TOP)
Puente Human Impact
Live Free Chicago