There are many extraordinary people among us. In October, the Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum celebrated some of them, at its first-ever Brooklyn Conference, “Art Inspiring Social Change.” OBOS’s founders were among those honored at the YES! gala preceding the conference, for their game-changing contribution to women’s health action: “Our Bodies, Ourselves.”
As the founders took the stage, someone in the audience whooped, “You taught me how to masturbate!” The love in the room was real.
The two-day conference that followed was … More
OBOS global partner Diana Namumbejja Abwoye has just published a print booklet based on “Our Bodies, Ourselves” for women and girls in Uganda. More
My friend Norma is 85 years old. I am 23. On the day we first met, while working on the same OBOS committee, we sipped lemonade in the hot sunshine, and an hour-long meeting turned into three. It’s like that every time we’re together. More
#NoChoice encourages us to “think about what America would be like for men and women if Roe v. Wade were no longer the law of the land: if there were NO CHOICE.” More