Today, mainstream media focuses on covering climate disasters in a way which brings disproportionate attention to “heroic” characters who can allegedly lead us out of our climate crisis. To counter this narrative, FRIDA launched the Climate & Environmental Justice Media Fellowship in partnership with the international human rights media platform OpenGlobalRights (OGR).Read More
Our hearts are heavy, filled with grief and hope. The images of George Floyd being suffocated till death by a police officer in Minneapolis, USA, met the pain and the revolt caused by the recent murders of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, also killed by white supremacists in the US. An enormous wave of frustration and outrage sparked an incredible movement of resistance and solidarity with Black Lives Matter that quickly spread all over the world. Brazilians are also on the streets. In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 80% of people killed by police in the first half of 2019 were black, and state violence only keeps increasing in the favelas, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, the tragic killings of Tina Ezekwe and Uwa Uwavera Omozuwa in Nigeria have sparked a mobilization against sexual violence, and in defense of black women and girls’ lives. The time to question and dismantle white supremacy in all aspects of society is here - and hopefully, there is no coming back. FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund stands in solidarity with those protesting racist state, and patriarchal, violence all over the world. We unequivocally believe that the defense of black lives is central to the young feminist struggle and to philanthropy as a whole.
Thank you for your interest. We are no longer accepting applications for this position. FRIDA has seen extensive growth of its community in the last 4 years. Following this growth, we are working in developing clearer systems and processes to…Read More
In 2018, FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund embarked on a leadership transition and a new Strategic Planning Process. In late 2019, former Co-Executive Directors, Ruby Johnson and Devi Leiper O’Malley, transitioned out of FRIDA. In mid-2019 we welcomed two…Read More