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Her Time Now is dedicated to advancing and protecting the rights of women and girls through interdisciplinary action. We believe that to do this we need to have “all hands on ALL the decks." This means empowering women and girls politically, socially, and culturally. Her Time Is Now. Her Time Is Always.
Katrina Eroen and Laura Donney are feminists. Okay? Having both organized for Hillary’s 2016 Presidential Campaign, they came together in their post-election despair and fatigue to change the world. Whether it be politically, artistically, or through social justice work, Katrina and Laura are committed to empowering women and girls.
A graduate of Barnard College of Columbia Uni, Katrina is an actress based in Los Angeles. She also works at a civil rights employment law firm.
A graduate of NYU, Laura is a writer based in Los Angeles.She is currently working in Development with Fancy Hollywood (amazing) Showrunner types.
Her art might be beautiful. Her art might be ugly. Her art might be somewhere in
between -- defined entirely by her, or because of her, or in spite of her, or alongside her.
It might be written, or voiced, or crafted, or photographed. It might be made, or
destroyed. It might be somewhere in between – defined entirely by her, or because of
her, or in spite of her, or alongside her. Her art is now.
Her rights are in flux. Her rights, always a battle. Won as often as lost, small as often as
big. Her rights in different colors, with different histories, shared and unshared among
all of her. Her rights remain her own, and if not given, she will take them. Her rights
Her story is unfinished, underwritten, unheard. It is hers to finish, hers to write, hers to
hear and know. Her story is patched and broken, fought and filled. Her story is now.