The Badass Women Project aims to inspire all kinds of humans by celebrating badass women-- particularly to lift up women of color,
queer women, and individuals or groups that have not traditionally been recognized for their badassery-- because feminism is necessarily intersectional.
The project began shortly after the U.S. Presidential election in 2016 as a collection of portraits representing Badass Women whose actions have advanced equality in the world we know.
The project continues to grow.
Follow @thebadasswomen on social media to stay in touch.
A NOTE FROM THE ARTIST:
ADDRESSING RACIAL JUSTICE
I am honored and humbled by the success of the Badass Women Project--
and I am ecstatic that so many people are excited to buy a calendar featuring mostly women of color.
As an artist and businesswoman who identifies as white, I want to acknowledge my privilege, and engage in a conversation about how I can address racial justice through my small business.
Because the project has been such a success, one of my first goals is to give a significant financial donation from the proceeds to an organization that is working to dismantle racism and supports people of color in the United States.
In 2019 I donated part of the proceeds to Black Women's Blueprint, and intend to support a different roup If you have recommendations for Badass organizations that are working to smash racism as well as the patriarchy, please reach out:
I'm also working on providing resources here on my website to further dialogue and action to advocate for racial and gender equality. Again, please be in touch.
The Badass Women Project
is a little different from the
rest of Joey's work, which
you can find at usandweart.com