Despite advancements in society, economic, political and social structures continue to impede women and girls from being their healthiest self. Inequitable treatment in gender, class and race is endemic in our nation, impacting access to health services, education, income, and reproductive lives.

When equipped with resources and information, women and girls can self-determine their lives and create stronger families, sustainable communities and a more prosperous world.

Founded in 2016, Living while Woman explores critical issues of inequity and illuminates how they affect women and girls’ voices and everyday living.