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AWP strives to make cool moves not only online, but in real life. Attend our events to get involved with our message!

AWP x KALI panel – October 6th

Cycled conversations: unapologetic conversations around everything periods.
Come meet our panelists and take part into a conversation around everything period. Let’s not be shy we all have them, we all hate them, let’s face them and expose them!

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AWP x NYC group meeting – November 2nd

Join the ALL WOMXN PROJECT x NYC local group for our 2nd meet up on NOVEMBER 2nd!

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AWP x St Andrews TED talk – April 27th
AWP takes on St Andrews, Scotland for our first TED talk on the famous campus! Stay tuned for more details!

AWP x KENT x CORE:

We partnered with Kent Woman and Core Real Estate to create a show filled with inclusivity and womxn empowerment. Our casting for models was open to any individual who identifies as womxn. The result is a New York Fashion Week show on the High Line demonstrating what NYFW is lacking drastically and proving to the fashion world that all bodies deserve to be embraces regardless of size, color, ability, age or gender identification.

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AWP x GIRL UP:

AWP and a local chapter of Girl Up, the South Florida Coalition, hosted a conference made by girls and for girls, where attendees were able to hear from inspirational speakers and participate in fun, interactive activities to learn about AWP’s message of inclusivity, self-confidence and acceptance.

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AWP x BEYOND YOGA:

We gathered a handful of influencers and supporters of AWP to celebrate the launch of our first apparel collaboration with Beyond Yoga! Dinner was accompanied by inspiring chats and talks from our founders and special guests.

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AWP x SHE FOR SHE:

We partnered with womxn networking group She for SHE on International Women day 2018 to bring together important conversation around self-acceptance, confidence and the effect society and media have on our girls.

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