Yes, All Witches began as a story. A story told by Steph Anderson in the fall of 2014 at the Harry Potter Alliance's Granger Leadership Academy. Steph's story began a conversation within fandoms about how an individual's identity impacts their experience in a fandom and creative pursuits. After this conversation unified a room full of young fandom leaders, it was clearly time to take it to the greater world at large.

Yes, All Witches as an organization working to:

  • build equality in the world through classic feminist ideals
  • encourage female empowerment through role models and positive messaging
  • partner with feminist fandom artists, musicians, and creators to promote work that helps illustrate our mission