Providence Journal Op-Ed by Jocelyn Foye, May 6, 2021 ||| This Mother’s Day people will talk about greeting cards and gifts, but what moms really need are policies and programs that support their health, safety and well-being. No matter where they live, what they look like or how much money they have, all moms want the best for their families and they should have the … [Read more...] about Providence Journal OpEd on Mother’s Day, “Moms need more than cards and flowers”
UpriseRI.com on May 7, 2021 by Jocelyn Foye ||| “I am so sick of the endless pontificating about protecting women when too many times we ignore what mothers really need to take care of themselves and our families,” writes Jocelyn Foye of The Womxn Project. “I am devastated when I hear lawmakers deny racism exists while Black mothers are crying over children lost to state … [Read more...] about Uprise RI OpEd: Honor Mamas with Change, not Chocolate
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 26, 2021 Contact: Jocelyn Foye, Director [email protected] Committee to Hear Bill to End Bans on Abortion Coverage The Womxn Project makes it clear that legislators should be working to eliminate barriers to health services in these troubled times – not allowing care to be pushed out of … [Read more...] about PR: Committee to Hear Bill to End Bans on Abortion Coverage
April 16, 2021 | The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities / The Civics Project, $10,800.00 Supports the creation and distribution of a video series and social media campaign on the rules, norms, and systems of Rhode Island’s civic landscape. The target audience for the series and campaign is marginalized communities in Rhode Island, with the goal of increased civic and … [Read more...] about Humanities Council Awards Over $150,000 to 15 Public Projects and Documentary Films.
Friday, April 16, 2021. || The Rhode Island Council for the Humanities has announced major grant awards to 15 public projects and documentary films that showcase the power of the humanities to connect communities and strengthen civil society. “This past year has presented so many obstacles to humanities organizations, to scholars, and to artists. Nevertheless, this community … [Read more...] about RI Council for Humanities Awards Over $150K to 15 Public Projects & Documentary Films