2019 Georgia Women’s Movement Project Spring Event:
“The Milk of Woman Kindness”

The Georgia Women’s Movement Project Spring Event is held annually to highlight collections in the Georgia State University Library Women’s Collections and to celebrate the lives of the unsung heroines of the women’s movement in Georgia.

The 2019 event will highlight the work of women who help and serve other women and families. Sandra Barnhill (Foreverfamily), Awaz Jabari (Refugee Women’s Network), Mary Kane (Altrusa), and Deborah Richardson (International Human Trafficking Institute) will provide insights and wisdom.

Tuesday, April 23, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Special Collections and Archives
University Library South, 8th Floor
100 Decatur St. SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
Register for event
or RSVP to mgerrard@gsu.edu / (404) 413-2888

 

 

There are over 200,000 children in Georgia – and 2.7 million nationwide – who are separated from their parents by prison bars. Foreverfamily works to ensure that, no matter what the circumstances, all children have the opportunity to be surrounded by the love of family.

Our organization focuses on providing services to children with incarcerated parents and their families. After 30 years, we are more committed than ever to our mission. We anxiously anticipate strengthening our relationships in the community to serve our children and families in new, innovative ways in 2019.

 



ourwork

OUR WORK: In the metro Atlanta area, Foreverfamily has several programs designed to nurture our kids socially, emotionally, and educationally in an enriching environment. read more »

getinvolve

GET INVOLVED: Foreverfamily depends on volunteers. They power everything we do, from preparing meals for enrichment programs to working one-on-one with our youth. read more »

whatwedo

WHAT WE DO: If you or someone you love is incarcerated, we can offer comprehensive support services. Out of school enrichment programs, teen leadership, family visits and more. read more »