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Do You Know Where Your Local Women’s Business Center Is?

Between 1997 and 2014, the number of businesses in the United States increased by 47 percent and the number of women-owned firms increased by 68 percent. That’s 1-1/2 times the national average. Therefore, Women’s Business Centers are spreading […]

Black Women Do Workout: Make the Commitment & Get the Eating Plan


Unique Gifts @ the Sister Store

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Empowering Girls with Black Girls Guide

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 […]

Harassment of Women on Twitter? WAM is ON IT

WAM is a Sisterhood Agenda global partner fighting for gender justice in media.  For the past three weeks, WAM has received nearly 700 reports about gendered harassment on Twitter , and helped over 100 people get fast action […]

Dark Girls & More on Sale at the Sister Store

Dark Girls by Bill Duke and other books on sale NOW for the holidays. Find unique holiday cards, movies, books for young girls, Black Girls Guide and many more gift ideas in the Sister Store!

HERadventure Sci-Fi Project Update

HERadventure is the brainchild of Ayoka Chenzira, Ph. D. (Spelman College & Ayomentary Productions) and Ayoka’s daughter and longtime collaborator, HaJ (Urban Chameleon Media). Ayoka and HaJ’s creative approach on the HERadventure project combines live action filmmaking with […]

Will “Beyond the Lights” Empower Black Girls? It Opens Today

Acclaimed writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood tells the story of troubled pop star Noni Jean (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) and her relationship with Kaz (Nate Parker), the man who saves her life. JAI TIGGETT:  There’s a wave of talk lately about how […]

Teyonah Parris About Being a Role Model for Girls

Actress Teyonah Parris is just one of the beautiful ladies featured in Sisterhood Agenda’s Black Girls Guide:  How to Transition to Naturally Beautiful Hair.  She recently said: It’s so hard for me to believe because I know where […]

White House Focus on “Women & Girls of Color”

President Obama recently noted, women of color “struggle every day with biases that perpetuate oppressive standards for how they’re supposed to look and how they’re supposed to act. Too often, they’re either left under the hard light of […]

Don’t Miss the African American Women In Cinema 17th Annual Film Festival

17th Annual Film Festival November 19-22, 2014 Opening Night New York Premiere of “Seasons of Love” 6:00pm VIP Reception & Red Carpet 6:30pm Film Screening Followed by a special question and answer segment with Film Director & Principal […]

Reel Sisters Celebrates 17 Years Honoring Black Women in Film

LETTER FROM REEL SISTERS: Dear Reel Sisters Family, Thank you for supporting Reel Sisters 17th Anniversary Film Festival. We are proud of the exceptional films featured in this year’s festival and inspired by how lovingly you embraced our […]

We Are Beautiful-Affirming Our Self-Definition

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 […]

FEATURED POST: Global Sisterhood Directory

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

Prevention.  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 […]

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 […]

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Harriet Tubman: The Road to Freedom

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