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FEATURED POST: Global Sisterhood Directory

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Working Women in the U.S.

The percentage of women in the U.S. at work or who want to work is declining, according to the White House Council of Economic Advisers. As part of the problem, the Council’s report notes the U.S. is the […]

Girl Summit

On July 22, 2014 the first Girl Summit took place in London, England, co-hosted by the UK Government and UNICEF, aimed at mobilising domestic and international efforts to end female genital mutilation (FGM) and child, early and forced […]

Commemorative T-Shirt Now Available

Sisterhood Agenda Commemorative T-Shirt-Now Available! Celebrating 20 Years of Sisterhood $19.00 US:  Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, 2X-Large Quality Gilden 100% Pre-Shrunk Heavy Cotton Free Gift with Each Order Click HERE to Order Online OR Send Your Payment with […]

Njinga -Rainha de Angola

Storyline “Njinga – Rainha de Angola” é a história de uma mulher guerreira que, durante 40 anos, lutou pela independência do Ndongo e da Matamba. Depois do assassinato do seu filho, Njinga  concentra a sua energia na libertação […]

FEATURED POST: Sisterhood Agenda Programs & Activities

View Sisterhood Agenda’s Timeline:  Celebrating 20 Years of Sisterhood

Are You Still a Slave? Liberating the Black Female Body

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 […]

Summer Activities for Black Girls

Are you ready for the summer?  SisterCamp is one of Sisterhood Agenda’s most beloved programs.  345 Activities of SisterCamp contains all of the information you need to help engage your summer program participants using an enrichment strategy that is […]

Black Folk Don’t Do Feminism?


The Power of Sister Circles and Safe Spaces

Essay by By Jessica Ann Mitchell: In graduate school, I was invited to join a sister circle. At the time, I had no idea what that was. What resulted was a life long bond with a group of […]

In Their Own Words, Domestic Violence Survivors Explain ‘Why Didn’t You Just Leave?’

Love | Money | Fear | Family | Shame | Isolation In June, after The Huffington Post ran an investigative report on a woman allegedly murdered by her boyfriend, we received an outpouring of responses from domestic violence […]

Out of the Binders Symposium

  Frustrated by the dearth of women writers being published in major magazines and literary journals, WAM! is proud to be sponsoring the Out of the Binders conference, a “symposium to empower women and gender non-conforming writers with […]

World Suicide Prevention Day is Today

September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day. If you or someone you know is suffering, you are not alone.  The Suicide Prevention Lifeline can help.  Trained counselors are available: No matter what problems you are dealing with, we […]

Happy Birthday Sonia Sanchez!

The Center for Black Literature, Akila Worksongs, African Voices Magazine, The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and Arts+Crafts, Inc. invite you to: CELEBRATE SONIA! The Official New York City 80th Birthday Party for SONIA SANCHEZ Friday, […]

How Does Identity Impact Women’s Human Rights?

Let’s see more women of African descent included in a discourse about female equality. We made this badge:                                         […]

Black Women Do Workout Ambassadors & Commitment Day 5K

“We completely sold out last year which is why it is important for you to reserve your spot early with our promo code BWDW15! My goal for Black Women “Do” Workout in 2015 is to be the largest group represented […]

National Leadership Summit for Women Living with HIV

PWN-USA’s first-ever SPEAK UP! A National Leadership Summit for Women Living with HIV will begin, bringing 200 women living with HIV from all corners of the U.S., together in Fort Walton Beach, FL. These fierce women are fundraising […]

The Women of World Pulse Live

World Pulse LIVE NYC-PDX-SF Sep 21-Oct 3 NEW YORK CITYSocial Good Summit September 21 Register Here! Clinton Global Initiative Mixer September 22 By Invitation Only. PORTLAND Experience the Pulse September 25 Register Here! City Club of Portland September 26 Registration Opening Soon […]

Females in Sub-Saharan Africa

Black Females in the US

Females in the Caribbean

Our sisterhood is diverse

Our Global Sisterhood Directory, Blog and Sister Store are part of your empowerment journey.

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.

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