Anti-racism resources: Getting started

In light of the current global protests against police brutality and racism, we see an increase in people asking for resources on racism and on how to be anti-racist. We have compiled a list of our recommended books, movies, websites, Instagram accounts and other resources. Please note that none of these are our own work […]

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Statement on global Black Lives Matter protests

We at Neighborhood Feminists like to get stuff done.  We like hands-on, practical solutions.  We also like justice, and basic human rights. Doesn’t seem the least bit remarkable, you’d think, except that persistent, pervasive institutional racism, in our workplaces, schools, streets, and lives–also carried out by government bodies we fund–is a real thing. This is […]

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Covid-19 Measures

While the people we help are at-risk under regular circumstances, we’re entering a more challenging period for all of us, so we wanted to bring you up to date on the measures we’re taking since the RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environment) upgraded their recommendations this Thursday. We’re applying social distance and […]

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The Intersection art show

UPDATE April 2020: Because the W+K offices are closed due to coronavirus measures, all artworks are now available for purchase online! Find them here. We are very excited to announce that Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam will host the ‘The Intersection’ art show benefiting our work! The Intersection is a group exhibition bringing together over 40 female-identifying artists […]

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Dignity Kits

We provide women and girls living in difficult situations in Amsterdam with Dignity Kits: sets with the most basic of toiletries. Dignity Kits contain essentials such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, shampoo and menstrual products. Why are these kits necessary? We’re all aware of the refugees who have left desperate situations and, traveling at great […]

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