Black Feminist Futures

Black Feminist Future (BFF) is a movement incubator that focuses on the dynamic possibilities of galvanizing the power of Black feminisms as blueprint for liberation. BFF intends to amplify and support the leadership and power of Black feminist leaders and increase the capacity and impact of Black feminist organizations, and movements. Constellation is a national, member-based, Black reproductive health, rights, and justice network that connects, aligns, and weaves dynamic, Black repro leaders and movements towards collective power, bold leadership, and visionary action. As a project of Black Feminist Future, Constellation serves to amplify the power and intersectional brilliance of Black repro leaders. Through joyful connection, intentional leadership development, power-building, and strength-based cross-movement collaboration, Constellation envisions an invigorated network of Black RJ leaders, advocates, organizers, lawyers, educators, scholars, birth workers, artists, and beyond, advancing together towards autonomy, power, and resources for our communities, organizations, and movements.

Category: 

  • Reproductive Rights
  • Reproductive Rights (including abortion and contraception)

Internship description: 

  1. Research and create social media and digital organizing content for Constellation
  2. Research & provide BFF's networks and movement building team with recommendations on youth engagement and organizing within Constellation
  3. Implement recruitment and outreach tactics for engaging young Black reproductive health, right, and justice leaders and organizers
  4. Support with Constellation programming coordination
  5. Support with the integration, coordination, and programming of BFF's networks and movement building team vision for a national virtual offering to occur at the end of summer 2021

Internship skills needed: 

Strong writing, organizing, digital organizing, and coordination skills. Preferred candidates will be Atlanta, GA based. We are seeking interns who have a deep commitment to Black feminisms. Black people; immigrants; lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, trans and gender non-conforming people; women; and disabled people are encouraged to apply.

Office information:

Position will be mostly remote. May involve some in-person coordination. Our building is ADA accessible and near public transportation, and we make all virtual meeting spaces accessible.

COVID-19 changes:

We are shifting this role to be mostly remote. All in-person coordination and support will be following CDC COVID-19 guidelines and recommendations.

Location: 

  • Atlanta, GA

Work hours: 

20-28 hours per week; flexible

How many people work at the organization: 

9

Are there other interns at the organization during the summer: 

No
Internship final reports: 
2021Jordan Hunt