EntertainmentCalling All Crows Unveils Exciting New Initiatives for Women’s History Month

Calling All Crows Unveils Exciting New Initiatives for Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month Initiatives by Calling All Crows

Honoring Women’s History Month this March, Calling All Crows, ‍a nonprofit organization dedicated to mobilizing music​ fans for feminist causes, has introduced three new projects​ to advance justice and equality. These initiatives coincide with their ongoing participation at selected shows on Mitski’s ⁤U.S. tour, where they offer support and ⁣resources for their Here For The Music ⁣program, combat sexual‌ violence, and promote safety at events nationwide.

Empowering Women⁢ of⁣ African Descent with RSP

A ‌standout activity in their Women’s History Month agenda ​is a​ live stream ⁣event on March 19th⁣ in partnership with⁤ the Resilient Sisterhood Project (RSP). ⁣The RSP‌ focuses on educating ⁢and empowering ⁣women of African descent ‌on ‍reproductive health issues, ‌addressing disparities with ⁤a focus on ⁤cultural and social justice. The‌ live stream, ⁢set‍ for 1 PM EST,‍ will be broadcast on Calling⁤ All Crows’ ⁣social ⁣media platforms, featuring valuable discussions on⁣ these critical topics.

Expressing their enthusiasm ‍for the collaboration, the Resilient Sisterhood Project‌ highlighted their joint commitment to justice​ and​ equality. They thanked Calling All Crows ⁢for backing their mission and stressed the significance of educating and empowering women of ⁣African descent on reproductive health and rights.

Exciting 16th Annual Benefit Weekend

Following this, Calling⁢ All Crows will host their 16th‍ Annual Benefit Weekend⁤ with ⁣a sold-out performance by Chadwick Stokes ⁤of Dispatch and The ⁣Pintos at Somerville Theatre ⁤on March 22nd. Stokes​ will showcase songs from his upcoming rock opera, 1972, promising an‌ evening ⁣of riveting music in support‍ of a cause.

In-Person Advocacy Event

Continuing the momentum on March 23rd, an in-person event will be ⁣held at The Sinclair in Boston, MA, to⁤ introduce a⁢ new service project with Reproductive⁤ Equity Now. This⁢ initiative aims‍ to enhance access to⁢ reproductive care and shed light⁣ on reproductive health issues, including essential ⁣training sessions on abortion advocacy.

Annie Bailey, speaking on behalf of Calling All Crows, expressed excitement about collaborating with Reproductive Equity Now, underscoring their commitment to influencing legislation ⁤and communities. She emphasized ​the importance of advocating for reproductive rights⁣ and backing abortion care providers.

They are an exceptional organization ⁢offering ​crucial‍ education on abortion advocacy and reproductive⁣ justice. Our collaboration with⁤ them will ‍energize our⁣ volunteers to advocate for reproductive rights in their communities and have a tangible ⁢impact on⁢ supporting abortion care providers,‍ as well as conveying to local legislators ‍the community’s need for reproductive health protection and care for all. ​~ Annie Bailey

Leadership ‌Update

In further news, Calling ⁣All Crows is pleased to announce the appointment of Heatherjean MacNeil as ‍Executive Director.​ This leadership change signifies their ongoing dedication to advancing feminist causes and promoting equality.

For more ‌details on these initiatives, visit the official source.

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