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Do You Will What You Want?

“That is why being a mentor is so important to me, to give them hope to dream.  I had so many things working against me.”  Misty Copeland Watch as ballerina Misty Copeland does not let rejection stand in […]

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 […]

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If Not Now, When?

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 […]

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 […]

The Story of Henrietta Lacks

On May 17-18, 2014, join the discussion about genomics at a FREE two-day event examining race, class, gender, and bioethics through the story of Henrietta Lacks, an African American woman whose cells were removed from her body during […]

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 […]

Sisterhood Agenda Timeline (1994-2014): Celebrating 20 Years of Sisterhood!

CHECK OUR ARCHIVES FOR HISTORICAL PRINT MEDIA 1994 -Founded by Angela D. Coleman, Sisterhood Agenda was incorporated in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. -The mission of Sisterhood Agenda is to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and […]

Notes From a Fantasy/Romance Author: Why I Made My Heroine Really Dark and Really Feminine

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 […]

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 […]

Hidden Beauty: Portraits Not Seen for Over 120 Years

These long-lost series of photographs, unseen for 120 years, is the dramatic centrepiece of an illuminating new exhibition called Black Chronicles II.  “The portraits were last shown in the London Illustrated News in 1891,” says Renée Mussai, who […]

No Big Surprise: TV Directing Still Dominated by White Men, New DGA Report Finds

Directors Guild of America released a report on the number of non-white and non-male directors hired to direct prime time episodic television, between 2013 and 2014, and across broadcast, basic cable, premium cable, and high budget original content […]

Domestic Violence is a Health Hazard

October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an effort to bring more awareness to an issue that will affect an estimated one in four women living in the United States. Alarmingly, domestic violence — defined as “the willful intimidation, […]

I Am Worthy- For Our Daughters Community Campaign

Four Girls in Birmingham Alabama 51 years , 250 girls in Nigeria four months ago. Are these two things linked? Absolutely. We are the solution to the issue. Come let us stand for dignity, safety and vision FOR […]

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 […]


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