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It’s hard not to miss all of the promotions surrounding the new DreamWorks animated film, “Home.” Because it is not marketed as a “Black film” (love that!), you may have missed the Black female lead part. How many […]
Sisterhood Agenda is digitally engaged. We are currently accepting article submissions. Every featured article is sent to over 24,000 subscribers and is exposed to over one million monthly page views. Therefore, only serious inquiries, please! We like everything […]
Women’s Day Live is an all star benefit concert and celebration of the women of the world on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2016. Visit http://www.womensdaylive.com/.
Did you get yours yet? Black Girls Guide: How to Be Green is now on sale at Amazon.com. Learn how you can help the environment, save money, and get healthy. Book excerpt, Chapter 4: Eco-Friendly Habits: “There is […]
Reposted from Angela D. Coleman’s Huffington Post blog: Oh, what a surprise, the Oscar nominees are White men! As they try to use awesome talent like Lupita Nyong’o as a poster child for their agenda, we should remember […]
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Sisterhood Agenda publishes Black Girls Guide as a “how to” publication with purpose. What is the purpose? To inspire Black girls to be enlightened, bright, daring, confident, and successful. In the process, we illuminate the journey through womanhood […]
Re-posted with permission from Yaminatoday.com: The short answer of why I decided to make the female heroine of my fantasy/romance novel The Last King really dark and really feminine is because such a woman is a rarity to […]
Sisterhood Agenda features a picture of actress, Viola Davis, in its Black Girls Guide: How to Transition to Naturally Beautiful Hair. Davis relishes the opportunity to portray a character who is “sexy… complicated… mysterious” in Shonda Rhimes’ new […]
Let’s see more women of African descent included in a discourse about female equality. We made this badge: Explore the International […]
While the Obama Administration is credited with the creation of the first ever White House Council on Women and Girls, Black girls are not included in the “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative which includes several million dollars in community-based […]
Responses to bell hooks’ comments at this event indicate that yes, many of us are still enslaved. Earlier this week, The New School in New York City hosted a provocative discussion, titled “Are You Still a Slave? Liberating […]
GLOBAL SISTERHOOD DIRECTORY
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SISTERHOOD EMPOWERMENT PROJECTS
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PUBLIC HEALTH PREVENTION STRATEGIES
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SISTERHOOD EMPOWERMENT ACADEMY (SEA)
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Know that you are not alone. Sisterhood Agenda’s sites, services, products and resources are responsive to the needs of women and girls of African descent and today’s technology.
With our new trauma-informed, gender-responsive strategies, we are leading the way to holistic spiritual, mental and physical health and healing. Activities are national, local, and online.
We invite you to join our global sisterhood network as an educator, teacher/mentor, global partner, and friend.
It takes a village to raise a child and when my daughter was a teenager, Sisterhood Agenda was my village. They helped her with her self esteem issues and to be proud of who she was as an African American young women with great potential. The goals of the Sisterhood and the strong women that gave of their time and their talent was impeccable. I take my hat off to this organization, and they come highly recommended for their honest dedication, and the love they showed for their work in esteem-building and self empowerment of our young women.
If teenagers are armed with motivation, information and resources, I believe anyone can achieve success, no matter their background or life experience. That is one of the many reasons why I established my own Youth & Education Expo’s and why organizations like Sisterhood Agenda are beneficial to today’s young girls.Judge Greg Mathis Superior Court Judge2014-02-28
I look forward to connecting with women who are about something and ready to make a difference in the lives of many women!Ayana Sala Baugh New Global Partner2014-03-07
I believe any young lady under the age of 21 should attend the A Journey Toward Womanhood program.2014-03-08
Knowledge, support and self-esteem are particularly crucial for African American teenage girls in developing positive self-concepts and preventing teen pregnancies and social withdrawal. My daughter benefited tremendously from the program and I am certain that others will benefit as much or more. I wholeheartedly support this program as a model program.Mr. Womble School Principal2014-04-02
As the parents of a recent graduate, my husband and I agree that the curriculum and leadership of the program are of high quality and that our daughter, Jeri, benefited greatly from it. As often as a program of this type and caliber can be presented to the children of our community, we encourage the Girls’ Club to do so.Ms. Brown Parent2014-04-03
Sisterhood Agenda gave a complete overview and a detailed understanding of the curriculum. There was considerable dialogue, which stimulated analytical and evaluative thought processes. By the end of the training, I felt well-prepared and eager to start.Ms. Shabazz Teacher/Mentor2014-04-30
I love A Journey Toward Womanhood because the teacher/mentors helped me to work out a lot of my problems.2014-05-10
I am truly excited to sit at the feet of women of wisdom, character and integrity. Let’s get started!!!Cassandra Shaw New Global Partner2014-05-28
This program has taught me how to carry myself as a young Black woman.2014-05-30