Our programs center archives, activism, and access through our digital archive and content partnerships. Through our events, education platform, interview series, and blog, we celebrate feminist legacy-building in all areas of life.
Stemming from our origins in the visual arts, we work closely on initiatives related to feminist art history, including providing grants for graduate research and commissioning digital exhibitions.
Alive in the ArchiveSee all
Our Alive in the Archive interview series seeks to amplify gender-marginalized voices by exploring personal archiving as a feminist act.
Announcing the Phyllis Krim Capsule Collection
We are pleased to announce our newest capsule collection with the estate of Phyllis Krim, now available in our digital archive. Read more about Krim’s life and work from collection curator Emilie Trice.
Nov 13, 2023
Marie Williams Chant
We Did It! Preserving the Feminist Internet's Goal Surpassed on Kickstarter.
With your support, we surpassed our $25,000 goal and unlocked a $25,000 matching gift from one of our generous donors. We can’t thank you enough.
Nov 6, 2023
The Feminist Institute
World Digital Preservation Day & Preserving the Feminist Internet
Today, on World Digital Preservation Day (WDPD), The Feminist Institute is proud to speak on community-based digital preservation initiatives and the importance of engaging all, including those outside of libraries and archives, in the concerted effort to preserve the digital cultural record.
Nov 2, 2023