Gender justice ensures that people of all genders have access to the resources and opportunities they need to live their lives to the fullest.
Gender-based oppression is deeply embedded in all facets of our culture. Black and brown communities, transwomen, low-income women, and many other groups continue to experience unprecedented levels of criminalization, poverty, and other forms of systemic violence. To advance equity and liberation, we must work to confront heteropatriarchy's corrosive effect in our culture.
Gender Justice Frameworks
Philanthropy will need to adopt a new set of tools to achieve economic, political, and cultural justice for people of all genders. Learn about the frameworks leaders are employing to dismantle these systemic issues.
Most gender justice theories, frameworks, and movements are indebted to the intellectual and political work of Black women. Today, Black women continue to lead the efforts for equity and justice not just in our sector but across the entire country.