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Sisterhood Agenda Programs & Activities

July 12, 2014

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

Cliques & Fitting In

August 1, 2014

Cliques and Fitting In

Blog Post By Sasha:

For girls, we want to feel accepted and fit in with other girls to feel important about ourselves. But this desire works against us.  Forming cliques, gangs, and groups makes it harder for girls to get to know other people and explore what it’s like for other fellow girls.

Girls in cliques, gangs, and groups often feel they are above other girls and try to put them down so they won’t have to compete against them. According to their standards, being yourself means you’re a ‘loser’ or you are “weird” for even trying to stand out.  What girls don’t know is that being weird is great!  You don’t need cliques in order to be somebody.

Like other girls, I love making friends and feeling important, but putting others down to feel superior is not the route to go. Try to think before you speak when you say things to others because it’s very common for girls to bully each other due to their own insecurities.

Most importantly, whether you’re in a clique or not, be yourself so people can see who you really are. Let your personality shine, and you will find people who think the way you do.

Try This:
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Girl Summit

August 1, 2014

African Girl Sisterhood Agenda
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 marriage (CEFM) within a generation. In England and Wales alone, an estimated 66,000 women are living with the consequences of FGM/C – an illegal cultural practice where girls’ genitalia are cut – with more than 20,000 at risk each year.
UN figures estimate that 125 million women and girls worldwide have been cut – and that at least 30 million more will be at risk over the next decade.

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Commemorative T-Shirt Now Available

July 25, 2014

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 T-Shirt size(s) to:
Sisterhood Agenda
P.O. Box 922
St. John, VI 00831

Front of T-Shirt

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Back of T-Shirt

Back of T-Shirt

Njinga -Rainha de Angola

July 24, 2014

“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 dos povos mbundo personificando o lema: “Quem ficar luta até vencer”.

30 Achievements in Women’s Health in 30 Years (1984 – 2014)

July 22, 2014

African American Woman Fruits VeggiesPrevention.  Cancer.  HIV. Teen Pregnancy. Birth Control.
Heart Disease.  Violence Against Women.

See what the Office on Women’s Health has been doing for the last thirty years, including reports of the Public Health Service Task Force.  How far have we come?  What areas are most in need of improvement?

Dreams of a Life-International Black Women’s Film Festival Premiere

July 17, 2014

Dreams of a Life

If you disappeared, would anyone miss you?

Nobody noticed when Joyce Vincent died in her bedsit above a shopping mall in North London in 2003. Her body wasn’t discovered for three years, surrounded by Christmas presents she had been wrapping, and with the TV still on. Newspaper reports offered few details of her life– not even a photograph.Interweaving interviews with imagined scenes from Joyce’s life, Dreams of a Life is an imaginative, powerful, multilayered quest, and is not only a portrait of Joyce but a portrait of London in the eighties—the City, music, and race. It is a film about urban lives, contemporary life, and how, like Joyce, we are all different things to different people. It is about how little we may ever know each other, but nevertheless, how much we can love.



95 minutes | United Kingdom/Ireland | Director Carol Morley


Sunday, July 20, 2014

12 noon – 2:30 pm (Doors open at 12 noon)

The New Parkway Theater
474 – 24th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

Help Us Create a Space of Our Own

July 15, 2014

SEA Crowdrising CampaignSisterhood Agenda focuses on the unique issues facing women and girls.
Visit THIS LINK to participate.


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