For March Women's History Month, Oxfam staff, Sisters on the Planet ambassadors, and partners share what sisterhood means to them and how the pandemic has shifted their understanding of their relationships to other women.
Oxfam's work in the US, particularly in the Gulf Coast, ranges from humanitarian disaster recovery, following Hurricane Katrina; to ecosystem restoration, following the BP oil spill; to workforce training as a means to get out of poverty.
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Women—particularly women of color—have been disproportionately impacted by the effects of the COVID-19. It is up to every single one of us to fight for a fairer and more equitable system that enables women to thrive here in the US and around the world.
Meet some of the women Oxfam works with who are leading the charge for equal rights and representation around the globe.
Oxfam staff recommendations of feminist artists, scholars, and creators
Oxfam America staff share what this Black History Month means to them
How two women are coping with the pandemic—and why Congress must pass a transformational COVID-19 relief and recovery plan to save lives in the US and around the world.