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

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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 girls of African descent, a unique population with special needs.
– Sisterhood Agenda opened its first office on Academy Road in Durham North Carolina.  It was a sub-lease for $395 per month.

AJTW in SA first office

1995
-Sisterhood Agenda launched its first A Journey Toward Womanhood program to prevent teen pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, juvenile delinquency, and school dropout.  -The organization received its first donation from the parent of a program participant and graduates its first group of 18 A Journey Toward Womanhood program participants.
-Its first grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation was received the same year.
-Sisterhood Agenda standardized the A Journey Toward Womanhood curriculum, creating its first program guide and evaluation instruments.
-Teacher/Mentors were hired and trained.
-Sisterhood Agenda held its first women’s empowerment workshop:  Black Women in a New Age of Consciousness.
-Founding President, Angela D. Coleman, began making presentations throughout the city encouraging community leaders and educators to empower women and girls of African descent.
-Sisterhood Agenda gains local recognition and support from media (see Archives and YouTube Channel).

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1996
-Sisterhood Agenda began monthly meetings of Sisters in Action, the group of A Journey Toward Womanhood graduates who continued to meet, grow and bond in the spirit of sisterhood.
-Sisterhood Agenda received several more grant awards such as those from the Triangle Community Foundation, UPS Foundation, county, state and city funding.

Sisterhood Agenda Field Trip

1997
-Sisterhood Agenda won its first award, the Nonprofit Sector Stewards Award from the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits for honoring exemplary stewardship for the public trust.
-Due to growth and demand for its services, Sisterhood Agenda relocated to a new, larger office on Chapel Hill Blvd. in Durham, North Carolina.  The office was next to the IRS office and it was a private, special space with two rooms for program activities, one room for administration and a large closet.
-Founding President, Angela D. Coleman, began making presentations throughout the state of North Carolina encouraging community leaders and educators to empower women and girls of African descent.

AJTW Ceremony Group Pic

1998
-Sisterhood Agenda purchased its building, a house zone office/commercial on Chapel Hill Road in Durham, North Carolina.   The organization began and completed renovations to the building that included a large learning center and library.
-Sisterhood Agenda launched its first SisterCamp Summer Enrichment program in the newly established learning center.
-Sisterhood Agenda created Sisterhood Agenda Enterprises, LLC, a for-profit entity designed to generate commercial revenue streams to support the mission of uplifting and aiding in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  Products for sale included t-shirts, journals, curriculum materials, and books.
-The first time Sisterhood Agenda appeared in ESSENCE magazine was in September 1998 (see Archives).
-Sisterhood Agenda publishes its Sisterhood Journal with Adinkra symbols and affirmations.
-Sisterhood Agenda published its A Journey Toward Womanhood curriculum and student guide for national replication.
-Founding president, Angela D. Coleman, began making presentations throughout the country encouraging community leaders and educators to empower women and girls of African descent.
-Sisterhood Agenda gains national recognition and support from media (see Archives and YouTube Channel).

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1999
-Sisterhood Agenda began its Office on Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (OAPP) project, implementing A Journey Toward Womanhood throughout the tri-country area in Durham, Wake, and Orange counties in North Carolina during the next three years.
-Sisterhood Agenda begins giving $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Sisterhood Agenda purchased its first 15-passenger van.
-Sisterhood Agenda expands SisterCamp serving twice as many girls and lowering its minimum age of participation to 4 years old to empower younger generations.

Sisterhood Agenda Girls

2000
-Sisterhood Agenda and its technology survived the 2K scare.
-The annual Sisterhood Agenda clothing giveaway began this year.
-Sisterhood Agenda began its Office on Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Project (OJJDP) funded by the state of North Carolina.
-A Journey Toward Womanhood:  Effects of an Afrocentric Approach to Pregnancy Prevention Among African American Adolescent Females was published in the scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, Adolescence, Fall 2000, Vol. 35 No. 139.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Angela D. Coleman, Sisterhood Agenda’s founding president, is recognized among the
2,000 Outstanding Women of the 20th Century.
-Angela is also the recipient of the Today’s Black Woman Community Award.
-In addition, Angela is awarded the Strike Merchants Association Community Award this year.
-Sisterhood Agenda continues SisterCamp implementation.

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2001
-Sisterhood Agenda’s OAPP project ended.
-Sisterhood Agenda began its Office on Minority Health (OMH) prevention project, forming the Sisterhood Health Coalition.  The project was implemented during the next three years.
-Sisterhood Agenda began national replication of its A Journey Toward Womanhood program and sisterhood expansion.  Programming is now being implemented in over 20 states in the U.S.
-Sisterhood Agenda opened satellite offices in Raleigh, North Carolina and North Brunswick, New Jersey to serve local needs.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Recognized for the innovative use of technology in programming and increasing public awareness around the issues facing women and girls of African descent, Angela D. Coleman is given the Women Under 30 Technology Award.
-Sisterhood Agenda wins the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Coalition of North Carolina Award for its outstanding pregnancy prevention strategy.
-Sisterhood Agenda continues SisterCamp implementation.

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2002
-Sisterhood Agenda expands the number of girls graduating from A Journey Toward Womanhood.
-The annual Sisterhood Agenda clothing giveaway is held this year.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Sisterhood Agenda continues SisterCamp implementation.
-The Women’s Forum of North Carolina Young Adult Leadership Award was given to Angela D. Coleman, Sisterhood Agenda’s founding president.
-The same year, Angela D. Coleman was elected to Ashoka as a social entrepreneur fellow and recognized internationally for her sisterhood activities.  Angela became the first African American female Ashoka Fellow.

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2003
-Sisterhood Agenda launched its first SHE:  Sisters Healthy & Empowered program to address health issues among women and girls of African descent.
-Sisterhood Agenda receives funding from the Kate B. Reynolds Foundation for SHE implementation in Durham, North Carolina.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Sisterhood Agenda continues SisterCamp implementation.
-Angela D. Coleman receives the Business and Professional Women “Opening Doors” Award from the North Carolina Women in Business Association.
-The board of Sisterhood Agenda creates a strategic plan for the next 5 years.

Sisterhood Agenda YSOR

2004
-Sisterhood Agenda continued local implementation of A Journey Toward Womanhood, Sisters in Action, Young Sisters on the Rise, SisterCamp, and SHE in Durham, North Carolina. -Sisterhood Agenda’s OMH project ended.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.
-Sisterhood Agenda Founding President Angela D. Coleman was awarded The
Jefferson Award for Public Service from the American Institute of Public Service.
-Angela was also awarded the Phoenix Rising Award during this year.
-Sisterhood Agenda gains international recognition and support from media (see Archives and YouTube Channel).

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2005
-Sisterhood Agenda relocated its headquarters to Newark, New Jersey to being its international media campaign and global expansion through global partnerships instead of satellite offices.
-Sisterhood Agenda formed its Executive Advisory Board comprised of influential members of the community.
-Sisterhood Agenda gave $3,000 in college scholarships for selected Young Sister on the Rise applicants.

-The National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment (NABFEME) awarded founding president Angela D. Coleman their Certificate of Achievement.
-Sisterhood Agenda’s constituency grew from 15 global partners to over 1,000 global partners.

2006-2008
-Sisterhood Agenda launched Sisterhood Agenda Magazine with India.Arie on the cover of the first issue.
-Sisterhood Agenda continues sharing its curricula and activity guide publications, doing training, and visiting global partners.
-Sisterhood Agenda increased its online presence with a new website, Facebook and Twitter pages.
-Sisterhood Agenda published Beautiful. with photographer Jamaica Gilmer to increase self-esteem and let Black girls know that they are beautiful.
-Working with interns from Rutgers University and a graphic designer from New York City, Sisterhood Agenda launched 4 more issues of Sisterhood Agenda Magazine.
-www.sisterhoodagenda.com wins Best Site for Sistahs, Black Web Award in 2008.
-The sisterhood continues to expand; there are now over 3,200 Sisterhood Agenda global partners in 30 countries.

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2009
-Sisterhood Agenda relocates its headquarters to St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, also known as Love City.
-The board of Sisterhood Agenda creates a strategic plan for the next 5 years.

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2010
-Sisterhood Agenda held the first Female Empowerment Conference for Girls in the St. Thomas/St. John school district and received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Virgin Islands Department of Education.
-The first annual Sisterhood Brotherhood New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza was held in Cruz Bay, St. John.
-The first Sisterhood Brotherhood Career Development & Life Skills Program was implemented in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
-Sisterhood Agenda celebrated its first SHE Sisters Healthy & Empowered event to celebrate National Women’s Health Week (NWHW).
-Sisterhood Agenda launched its first webinar series as part of its Global Training Academy.  Webinar presentations, such as How to Raise Healthy Black Girls, are available for download HERE.

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Virgin Islands Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Smith Barry presents Angela D. Coleman with a Certificate of Appreciation from the Virgin Islands Department of Education

2011
-Sisterhood Agenda published its last issue of Sisterhood Agenda Magazine, transitioning to its sisterhood blog.
-Sisterhood Agenda began its local Sisterhood Mentoring Program for girls in St. John.  A Journey Toward Womanhood was locally adapted for this purpose.
-The Sisterhood Brotherhood Career Development & Life Skills Program continued in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
-The 2nd annual Sisterhood Brotherhood New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza was held in Cruz Bay, St. John.
-Sisterhood Agenda celebrated National Women’s Health Week (NWHW) with SHE Sisters Healthy & Empowered activities during the week.
-Sisterhood Agenda implements Girl Band in St. John with the St. John School of the Arts

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2012
-The www.sisterhoodagenda.com blog was born, taking the organization from static to dynamic online content using the WordPress theme Vigilance.
-Sisterhood Agenda changed its Global Training Academy name to Global Empowerment Academy.
-The Sisterhood Brotherhood Career Development & Life Skills Program continued in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
-The 3rd annual Sisterhood Brotherhood New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza was held in Cruz Bay, St. John.
-Sisterhood Mentoring Program participants continue to meet.
-Sisterhood Agenda celebrated National Women’s Health Week (NWHW) with SHE Sisters Healthy & Empowered activities during the week.
-Sisterhood Agenda published its first Black Girl Guide book for girls.
-The sisterhood grows with over 3,400 global partners in 32 countries.

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2013
-Sisterhood Mentoring Program participants continue to meet.
-The Sisterhood Brotherhood Career Development & Life Skills Program continued in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
-The 4th annual Sisterhood Brotherhood New Year’s Eve Youth Extravaganza was held in Cruz Bay, St. John.
-Sisterhood Agenda celebrated National Women’s Health Week (NWHW) with SHE Sisters Healthy & Empowered activities during the week.
-Sisterhood Agenda awarded 3 Global Partner Awards to global partner leaders uplifting and aiding in the self-development of women and girls.
-With funding from the Virgin Islands Department of Health, Sisterhood Agenda launched the State Prevention Framework substance abuse prevention project in St. John.
-Angela D. Coleman founded the St. Youth Coalition to effectively serve the needs of youth on the island.  The first project of the coalition is substance abuse prevention.
-Sisterhood Agenda published three (3) Black Girl Guide books for girls, SHE Sisters Healthy & Empowered Activity Guide, 345 Activities of SisterCamp, and reprinted Beautiful.
-The sisterhood grows to over 3,500 global partners in 34 countries.

SHE Flyer 2013

2014
-Sisterhood Agenda changed its Global Empowerment Academy identification to Sisterhood Empowerment Academy (SEA) and looks for a facility location in St. John.

Sisterhood Empowerment Academy

SEE HOW WE CONTINUE TO PUT SISTERHOOD ON THE AGENDA IN 2014 & BEYOND!

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Sisterhood in Asia

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

  • Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

ISRAEL
Chosen First Fruit*

PAKISTAN
Association for Humanitarian DevelopmentNEW!

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Sisterhood in Europe

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

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AfroEuropean Sisters Network*
Bhas*
Black Women in Europe*
Le Festival International du Film*
PanAfricai
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World YWCA*

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Sisterhood in Canada

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

* Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

Eye Am Yoga*
Ford Publicity**
Images Barber Shop & Beauty Salon*
The Fuller Woman*
Toronto Naturals*
Young Women for Life*

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Sisterhood in Central America

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

* Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

HONDURAS
The Honduras Birthing Project*

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Sisterhood in the Caribbean

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

  • Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

BARBADOS
Barbados Council of Women
Caribbean Women’s International Network
Centre for Gender and Development Studies*
Development Alternatives*
Institute of Social and Economic Research-University of the West Indies*
Select Beauty Salons*
Summer Work Adventures*
Women and Development Unit*

GRENADA
Wailing Women Worldwide*

JAMAICA
Bureau of Women’s Affairs
 Conscious Voices Booking Agency*
Center for Gender & Development Studies
Select Beauty Salons*
Sistren Theatre Collective*
U.S. Peace Corps*
YMCA of Kingston*
Woman Inc.*

ST. LUCIA
Caribbean Federation of Youth
National Youth Council of St. Lucia
National Youth Council of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Select Beauty Salons*

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Allison Hair Place
Annie Professional Hair Service
Beauty By Design
Beauty Perfection Limited
Caribbean Association for Feminist Research and Action*
University of Trinidad and Tobago*
Select Beauty Salons*

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS
Boys & Girls Club – St. Thomas Unit*
Caribbean Genealogy Library*
Coral Bay Community Council*
COAST*
Domestic Violence Sexual Assault Council*
Education Central-St. Croix
Family Resource Center*
Per Ankh Institute*
Girls on the Go*
 Grafitti Street*
Guy Benjamin School*
Hope, Inc.
Innovative

 Ivanna Eudora Kean High School*
 Julius E. Sprauve School*
Love City Pan Dragons*
Myrah Keating Community Health Center*
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish*
Reichhold Center for the Arts*
Select Beauty Salons*
St. John Community Foundation*
 St. John School of the Arts*
Stop the Bleeding Foundation*
Tutu Park Mall
University of the Virgin Islands-St. Croix, St. Thomas
Virgin Islands Department of Education

Virgin Islands Department of Labor*
Virgin Islands Department of Sports, Park & Recreation*
Virgin Islands Police Department*
 YWCA USVI*

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Sisterhood in the United Kingdom

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

  • Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

BERMUDA
Blessing Away* NEW!
G& M Beauty & Barber*
In Love Consulting Services* NEW!
Kafu Hair & Gallery Select Beauty Salons*
Women’s Resource Centre*

WALES
Chocolate Pink Hair and Beauty*

LONDON
Aman Holistic Therapy Center
Blaque 2 Naturals
Brides of Culture
NEW!
FGGC Benin Alumni  NEW!
Finishing Touche Corporation

 Foundationz*
Kamaii*
 Maarifa Books Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre*
Ma Nubiah  NEW!
MJ Fontaine

Morris Roots*
One Hand Can’t Clap NEW!
Purely Natural

Sapellé*  NEW!
World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in the Western Hemisphere

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Sisterhood in India

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

* Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

Adtas Service*
Godavari Hostel*
Graces*
Skill DAWN*
Sun Distribution*
The Lord is Near Ministries*

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Sisterhood in Africa

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

  • Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

CAMEROON
Appropriate Technology for Rural Women*
CAWED-CIG*
Mbesa Women Bamenda*
New Era Vocational Institute*
Organization for Life Care
SOWEDA

Struggling Youths Common Initiative Group*
Women Orientation Association*

ETHIOPIA

YWCA of Ethiopia*

GHANA
African Rural Development Movement (ARUDMO)*
Akuapem Mountains Women Forum*
Association for Ghanaian Women in Mathematics*
Babacor International*
Bamba Agencies*
Beautiful Woman Support Group*
Company Ltd*
Charismati Faith Chapel
ECOWAC*
Etiquette Plus
Friends of Women

Forces of Light*
Hope for Africa Network*
Global Nourishing Organization*
KoFeBean Entertainment*
Kpangmaga Development Aid*
Liberian Foundation for Empowerment and Sustainable Development*
Martisans Enterprise*
NCCE Ladies Association*
Network of Women in Growth*
SERUPA*
Samoro Investment Ltd*
Sisters Netcare Services*
Tomorrow Pioneers Foundaton*
Tough Camco Multimedia Production*
VisionNet Group*
Women Arts Institute
Women in Action

Yeed Ghana* NEW!
Young Women Empowerment Initiative*

KENYA
Ability International*
Bahati Family College of Design
Berwa Enterprise

Better4*
East Africa Institute of Certified Studies*
CHAWOMI*
Clyde Lusiji Vana Trust*
Education Supplements Int’l*
Gender Empowerment*
Girl Power Clubs Africa NEW!
Girls Speak Out

Humanity Foundation*
Jungle Alive Adventures*
Kikish Design*
Kisere Wilderness Safaris*
Maasai*
Pad Heaven Initiative  NEW!
Sagam Community Hospital

Town Street Children’s Project*
TropicalClinics*
Vision Focus Mothers Women’s Group*
Wamwaki*
Watoto Compassion*
Woman’s Hope*
Women Empowerment Society*

LESOTHO
Less AIDS Lesotho*

LIBERIA
African Network for Prevention and Promotion*
Havious Green Humanitarian Foundation*
The African Network for Prevention*
WIDE*

MALAWI
Nancholi Youth Organization*
Young Women’s Forum*

NIGERIA
Adewusi*
Community Child Education & Development*
Ameh’s Ventures*
Benevolence Multimedia Incorporation*
Bethlehem Foundation for Safe Motherhood*
Carefind Communications*
Desh Signature*
Diamond Girls Club*
Echoes*
Francies*
GLLW Women’s Organization*
Isa Global Investment*
Jadeas Trust*
Lady Mechanic Initiative*

Muslim League for Accountability*

Nitz Ventures*
Odre Enterprises*
Schoolsng.com*
Silver Quill Nigeria*
Teengage Girls Empowerment Centre*
The Smallholders Foundation*
Tomorrow’s Mother*
Women and Youth Development Initiatives*
Young Sisters Forum*

REPUBLIC OF BENIN
Zion Intl Christian Centers*

SENEGAL
Case des Jeunes Femmes*

SIERRA LEONE
Jesus For All Nation*
Gateway Women

SOMALIA
Salem Foundation for Development in Somalia*

SOUTH AFRICA
Atepam Arts*
Conquest for Life*
Daughters of Zion* NEW!
Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre*
Disabled Women Integrated Programme*
MAID4U*
South African Fisherwomen’s Association*
Southern Africa Women Migrant Affairs*
South African Youth Ministries*
Student Y. Women’s Desk*
Tsa-Botsogo Re-Awakening*
The Clothing Bank*
Youth Empowerment Network*

SWAZILAND
Dotrid Design*
Women Together*

TANZANIA
Christian Vision Ministry*
Hekima Ladies Union   NEW!
Karudeca

Ngalu’s*
Sabis*

THE GAMBIA
Gambia Help* NEW!
Gambia Women Oral History Project*
The Organization for Women Advancement*
Women in Health & Education*
Y.A.F.S.S.E.*

UGANDA
Anglia Boutique*
Bbasu*
Christ Fire Global Outreach Ministry*
GCCDI*
Karimonjong Community Child Welfare*
Karwemera United Women Association*
Kibugambaata Girl Child*
Empowerment Project*
Kagiri Community Development Youth Project*
Kijanju Women and Girls Empowerment*
Kcdp Youth Project*
Kikumu Agriculture Research Centre*
Life MinistryTuungane Children’s Foundation*
Living Waters Penecostal Ministry*
Lugeye Primary School Women Association*
Mango Tree*
Marcus Garvey Pan Afrikan Institute*
MVU Orphanage Centre*
Namayina Rural Women Development Programme*
Rugendabara Foundatoin for Health & Rural Development*
Shelink*
The Kids League*
 Twekembe Association*
Uganda Muslim Female Youth Association*
Uganda Muslim Women Association for Daawa & Development*
Uganda Rural Fund*
Women’s Self EmploymenT Foundation of Uganda*
Women’s Self-Help Foundation of Uganda*
Umayat Spiritual Educational Circle*
Youth Alive and Informed*

ZAMBIA
Agape Girls Shelter*
Christian est. Trust of Zambia*
Regis General Dealers*

ZIMBABWE
Zimbabwe Women Finance Trust*
The Leadership Agenda*
The Word Institute*
Young Women’s Leadership Initiative*

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Sisterhood in the United States

Global Partners are organizations that also uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent.  There are no fees or legal obligations—Global Partners can join or discontinue at any time. Sisterhood Agenda will list you in its Global Sisterhood Directory and promote your services on our sites.  Sisterhood Agenda currently has over 3,000 Global Partners in 32 countries.  Connect to the Sisterhood!

* Sisterhood Agenda Global Partners

ALABAMA
Ace Variety Bookstore
Adams Middle School*
Alabama A&M University
Alabama State University
Artistic Braids
Birmingham Chapter of T.O.P.S* NEW!
Birmingham Urban League
Black Classic Books
Ferrill

Lodgestar
Hasan Books
Mahogony Books
Miles College
Solomon’s Books
Tuskegee University

ARKANSAS
Africa Enterprises*
Arkansas Baptist College*
Little Rock Watershed Birthing Project*
Pyramid Gallery

ARIZONA
12th Tribe*
Greater Phoenix Urban League*
Phoenix Birthing Project*
Sisters of the Desert Sun  NEW!
The Black Wives Network

Tucson Urban League*
Wholistic Counseling & Wellness Alternatives*

CALIFORNIA
A.K. Quinn AME Church*
 Amir’s Events*
ASA Educational Services*
ASDelightful Scents*
Bakersfield Birthing Project*
Between Us Sistahs Social Club*
Birthing Project*
Black Spa Professionals Association*
Black Spring Books
Blessed Child Entertainment*
Cadijah’s Loctician Services
Carol’s Books
Culture Collection
Dahomey Royal Design House  NEW!
E.T.C.H.S. Family Travel

Eugene Bowman Economic*
Eve’s Lime Productions  NEW!
Empowerment Center

Greater Sacramento Urban League*
Hair Today Hair Tomorrow
Hanna Ethnic Bookseller
Happy RNB  NEW!
IFBA Institute of Fine Braidery Arts

International Musuem of Women
International Women’s Center

Iron Wood Corner*
It is Written Bookstore
Ivyway Salon
KIPP Schools*
KnewPlanet*
Kongo Square Gallery
Le Skintique
Locsistah.com*
Los Angeles Birthing Project*
Los Angeles Urban League*
Madu Salon
Malik’s Bookstore
Marcus Bookstore
Mark Style Bookstore
Mother of Wisdom Birthing Project
MyAfricanDiaspora.com
Native Touch Natural Hair
Natural Hair Expressions
New York Life Insurance Company

Norrise Institute of Training*
Oh My Nappy Hair
One Circle Foundation  NEW!
Pasadena Birthing Project

Pathway to Peace*
Positive Women’s Network*
Profiles in Color*
Restoration 4 Families*
Sacramento Birthing Project*
Sacred Grove Traditions*
San Diego Birthing Project*
San Diego Urban League*
Select Los Angeles Public Schools*
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Shatari Braids
Shonda’s Greetings*
SistahGoddess*
Sistas Helping Eachother (S.H.E.)
Sister Space Online RAdio for Women*
Sonya Lowe Publishing NEW!
The Center for Community Health & Well Being

The Empowerment Leadership Academy  NEW!
Think 5

United Voices for a Common Cause*
West of Heaven Studio
WiserEarth*
Women’s Centers International  NEW!
Women with Wings

World of Braids
Zahra’s Books

COLORADO
Black and Read
Camp To Belong*
Hueman Experience
Plum Designs*
Urban League of Pikes Peak*
Urban League of Metropolitan Denver*

CONNECTICUT
All Eyes on Egypt
Blackprint Books
Black Books Galore
Blackprint Heritage Gallery
Dygnyti Books
Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault*
Twist & Curves*
Urban League of Greater Hartford*
Urban League of Southwestern Connecticut*

DELAWARE
Haneef’s Bookstore and Gallery
Me Jah’s Books
Quality Solutions by SL Burton LLC*
Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League*
Nuwbeings Natural Salon*  NEW!

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
41 Million Strong*
Advocates for Youth*
All Eyes on Egypt
Asa Natural Hair Boutique
Anthony Bowen Elementary School Clubhouse #4*
Black Women’s Health Project
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Boys & Girls Club #2*
Concerned Black Men*
Cornrows and Company
Darfur Peace and Development Organization*
Digital Sisters*
Divine D.I.V.A.S.*
Drum and Spear Books
Girlfriends Creative Hair Designs*
GirlTrek  NEW!
Global Fund for Children

Greater Washington Urban League*
Howard University & Bookstore*
International Women’s Media Foundation  NEW!
Langston/Carver Boys & Girls Club

Martin Luther King Library
Mary & Daniel Loughran Clubhouse #10*
Mary McLeod Bethune Council House*
Merritt School Boys & Girls Club*
National Congress of Black Women*
National Council of Negro Women
Natural Shapes
No Lye
Office of Minority Health*
Oliver Natural Hair Salon
RCRC
Sankofa Video and Books
Select District of Columbia Public Schools*
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Shelton’s Hair Gallery
Stella bleu
Studio Elan
Soul Day Spa and Salon
Twists & Turns Natural Hair
Ujamaa Bookstore African Shop
University of the District of Columbia
Urban Nature Styles*
Vital Voices
Yawa Books & Gifts
Young Women’s Project

YWCA of the National Capital Area*

FLORIDA
African American Heritage*
Asa Natural Hair Boutique*
Behavioral Wellness and Birth Arts Association  NEW!
Belle Glade Elementary

BlackBritsUSA.com*
Black Girls Read  NEW!
Black Female Development Circle
  NEW!
Books for Thought
Building Aspiring Youth (B.A.Y.)*
Building M.I.N.D.S.*
Chambers Park Community Center*
Elegant Events by Lisa
Ethnic Elegance
Everything She*
Girl Scouts of Gateway*
Heritage Bookstore and More
Inspire Rehabilitation*
Jacksonville Birthing Project*
Jacksonville Urban League*
Montsho BookFairs
My Daughter’s Keeper of Tampa Bay*
Nefertiti Books
Njingha African Women’s Week*
Nsoromma Youth Entrepreneurs*
Metropolitan Orlando Urban League*
Nahbulunge*
Ngozi Seed*
Nubian Bookstore
Orlando Birthing Project*
Phenomenal Women
Pinnellas County Urban League*
Sakile – The Peace & Beauty Project NEW!
Sisters in Charge on Agape Radio

SoulSeed Tees* NEW!
Skyward Tax Accounting  
Tallahassee Urban League

Tampa/Hillsborough Urban League*
Tenaj Books and Gift Gallery
The Gathering*
The Haile Selassie I Learning & Community Center* NEW!
NEW!
TIM Works*
Universal Natural Touch
Urban League of Broward County*
Urban League of Greater Miami*
Urban League of Palm Beach County*
Urban Sistahs United*

GEORGIA
African American Juvenile Justice Projects*
21st Century Boys & Girls Club
A.W. ‘Tony’ Matthews Boys & Girls Club
Afrodisiac Natural Hair & Wellness Spa*
All Eyes on Egypt
AASAP-Atlanta
Alta’s Hair Studio
Aminah Designs*
Angel’s Locs
Another Look Salon
Atlanta Birthing Project*
Atlanta Urban League*
Aurora Birthing Project*
Brookhaven Boys & Girls Club*
Celebrate
Charis Books & More
Deeply Rooted at Your Majesty
Deeply Rooted Natural Hair Care Center
Eargasmic Ink Publishing
East DeKalb Boys & Girls Club

Fine Art by Meisha Card*
Franklin Road Boys & Girls Club George Washington Carver Boys & Girls Club*
Ghana Council of Georgia* NEW!
GreeneInk Digitalmedia News Association*
Hamilton Books
Harland Discovery Teen Center
Headliners Hair
Homeland Village Isia Beauty and Barber
H.O.T.G.I.R.L.S. : Helping Our Teen Girls in Real Life Situations*
James T. Madison Boys & Girls Club*
Jesse Draper Boys & Girls Club*
John H. Harland Boys & Girls Club*
Joseph B. Whitehead Boys & Girls Club*
Kareem Books
Khan’s Books
Kinetic Kinks
Life is a Box of Crayons
Madina Baye Braiding World
Mahogany Books & Gifts
Medu Bookstore
Michael A. Grant Boys & Girls Club*
Midtown Hair Studio
Miss Black GA USA Scholarship Foundation
Nashville Neighborhood Freedom Center*
Natural Essence Hair Studio
Natural Hair Care Center
Neveah Gift Baskets*
Newnan/Coweta Boys & Girls Club*
NFL Youth Education Town*
Nubian Bookstore
OES-Imperial Stars Chapter*
One Breath Music* NEW!
PLGK Media*
Peachcrest Boys & Girls Club*
Rachel’s Daughters*
Ronnie’s Artistic Home
Salon Baptiste
Salon Panache
Samuel L. Jones Boys & Girls Club*
Select Atlanta Public Schools*
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Shrine of the Black Madonna Southpointe School of Massage & Wellness Spa*
SouthState LLC*
Soul Sister Natural Haircare*
Spelman College
The Action Not Words Project
  NEW!
The Crowning Seat of Wisdom Threshing Floor Academy of Arts & Sciences*
Timbuctu International Braid
Urban League of Greater Columbus*
Warren/Holyfield Boys & Girls Club*
W.W. Woolfolk Boys & Girls Club*
Will County Birthing Project*
Young Women Striving for Success  NEW!
Youth Art Connection

ILLINOIS
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority*
Anderson Real Estate*
A.Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum Gift Shop*
African American Images*
Afri-Ware*
Afrocentric Bookstore 1 and 2
Amazon Natural Salon
Black Culture Bookstore
Brown Baby Reads*
Camp Butterfly*
Chicago Urban League*
Cultural Bookstore
Inspired Redesign*
It’s Just Us Girls  NEW!
Dianne B. Natural Hair
DuSable Museum Trading Post
Events by Bianca

Free Your Mind
Full Circle Bookstore
Foster’s Accounting & Tax Service*
Heritage Books
Ibada Consulting
Inspiring Conversations*
Kush International*
JustSayIt Greeting Cards*
Little Black Pearl*
Mothaland Books
My Lil Pink Boot*
Native Touch Natural Hair Studio
Knowledge Center Books
Quad County Urban League
Order of Kush International*
Organic Texture
Project Butterfly*
Malcolm X College*
Mothaland Books*
Roots*
Select Chicago Public Schools*
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Serena’s Braids
Serenity Circle*
Sirius Books
Sistastrong*
Soul Salon Spa
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville*
Springfield Urban League*
Street-Level Media*
The Black Star Project*
The Forum for Empowerment*
The Hair Source
The Lupus Foundation of America* NEW!
The Tribesman
Tri-County Urban League*
Underground Bookstore
Urban League of Champaign County*
Why Knot Concept Salon
Young Women’s Empowerment Project*

INDIANA
Adaru
Brunette Salon
Delaney Boys & Girls Club*
Dorie Miller Homes Boys & Girls Club*
East Chicago Katherine House Boys & Girls Club*
Fort Wayne Urban League*
Franklin School Boys & Girls Club
Indianapolis Birthing Project*
Indianapolis Urban League*
John Will Anderson Boys & Girls Club*
My Worldwide Concierge  NEW!
Queen Nefertiti Productions
  NEW!
Select Gary Public Schools*
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Urban League of Madison County*
Urban League of NW Indiana*
Urban League of South Bend & St. Joseph County*
X-pressions Bookstores

IOWA
Black Ink Bookstore

KANSAS
Urban League of the MidPlains*
WSU Youth Empowerment Partnership*

KENTUCKY
CAP Institute
Louisville Urban League

Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County*

LOUISIANA
Beautiful Black Girls*
DIVA2DIVA-ology* NEW!
Dream Makers Dance Studio and More*
New Orleans Birthing Project*
Select New Orleans Public Schools*
Sisters In the Spirit*
TNT Nubian Express
To Do Errand Service*
Urban League of Greater New Orleans*

MARYLAND
Adunni’s Braids and Locs
Afrolistics
Anel Natural Hair Studio
Arlinda’s Place
Artistic Expressions Natural Hair
Baltimore Birthing Project*
Braids Inc.
Bowie State University
Boys & Girls Clubs: Silver Spring*
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington*
Caravan Books and Imports
Christian Sistahs*
Club Lady Bug Girls Social Club*
D.I.S.C. Design Hair Studio
Dreadz-N-Headz
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.*
Females Representing Every Side of Hip-Hop* NEW!
First Impression
Freestyle Natural Hair Design
Full Circle Development Group*
Grassroots
Greater Baltimore Urban League*
Harriet House*
Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation*
Institute for Black Charities*
Jaha Hair Studio Karibu Books*
Lions Denn Natural Hair
Last Stop Hair Shop
Madame Walker Braidery& School
Miss Black USA Pageant* NEW!
My Hairitage
Karibu Books 1-6
Kingdom Kare Ministries*
My Sister’s Circle*
My Sister’s Keeper*
NAACP
Natural Blessings
Natural Elements
Natural Locs Hair Salon
Office of Minority Health Resource Center*
OOH! Osun’s Orgasmic Healing International* NEW!
R.O.S.E. Ministries*
Select Baltimore Public Schools*
Sepia Sand & Sable
Shear XXPosure…the Salon
Sierra Visions*
Silver Spring Interfaith Housing Coalition*
Sisters for Power*
Sojourner-Douglass College
Sol Source Group*
Stunin’ Hair Designs by Tina*
Styles by Jessie*
SuperSistas*
The Duafe History Club*
Tehuti Imhotep Wisdom Natural Hair Care Salon*
Well Worthy Concept* NEW!
Young Women of Distinction*

MASSACHUSETTS
Action For Boston Community Development Health Services Department  NEW!
Asiko Leather Crafts
NEW!
Black Library*
Dorchester YMCA*
Nia Williams Birth Services NEW!
Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts

Urban League of Springfield*

MICHIGAN
Colored gURL Media*
Detroit Birthing Project*
Detroit Urban League*
Everette’s Natural Hair & Beauty School
Fauver-Martin Boys & Girls Club*
Ferndale Extension Boys & Girls Club*
Grand Rapids Urban League* Gammi Phi Delta Sorority*
Guest Boys & Girls Club*
Happy to Be Nappy*
Howard B. Bloomer Boys & Girls Club
I’m Naturally Beautiful *
James & Lynelle Holden Boys & Girls Club*
Jeanette’s Unisex Salon
Lloyd H. Diel Boys & Girls Club
Locks 4 Life
Mosaic Youth Theatre*
Nia Project*
Pamper Me Pretty*
Paul Winfred Owens Memorial
Pontiac Boys & Girls Club
Pretty Brown Girl Foundation NEW!
Select Detroit Public Schools

Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Sisters Who Are Powerful*
Sizta 2 Sizta Healthy Hair Co.
Southwestern Michigan Urban League

Urban League of Flint*
Urban League of Greater Muskegon*
Wayne State University
We Do Care* NEW!
Visions Interpersonal*

MINNESOTA
Black History Month Store*
For My Sisters ~ Natural Skin and Hair Delights*
JelynesMoasaic*
Loving Spirit Life Coach Academy  NEW!
Minneapolis Urban League

Saint Paul Public Schools*
St. Paul Urban League*
Uhuru Books
United Deliverance Temple Church*

MISSISSIPPI
Adhiambo Bookstore
Anguilla Birthing Project*
Jackson Birthing Project*
Lockett Business Consulting*
Northeast Mississippi Birthing Project*
Sista “2” Sista Emmanuel Baptist Church  NEW!
Sumner Birthing Project

The Delta Birthing Project*
The Tallahatchie Birthing Project*
http://www.nul.org/content/urban-league-greater-jackson*
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Youth Groups*

MISSOURI
African Centered Education Collegium*
Afrocentre Books& Cafe
Afro World
Cultural Essentials
Left Bank Books
McIntyre Employment Service, LLC*
SistaKeeper Empowerment Center*
S.H.E.R.A.H.*
Treasures of the Mind Bookstore*
Ujamaa Unlimited
Urban League Kansas City*
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis*

NEBRASKA
Aframerican Book Store
Urban League of Nebraska*

NEVADA
AAWOP & Sisterhood*
Kindred Gear*
Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League
MyAfricanDiaspora.com

NEW JERSEY
A Brand New Touch By Cookie
A Cut Above
Academy of Vocational Careers*
AfroMadu  NEW!
Against All Odds Foundation

Angela Beauty Studio
Angels Beauty
Banessa Beauty Salon
Be Beautiful Parlor
Beys Touch Of Class
Black Chamber of Commerce
Black Infant Mortality Reduction*
Black Health Matters  NEW!
Boys & Girls Club of Newark

Braids Galore
Braids R Us
Broadway Elementary School*
Butterfly Essential Wellness Spa*
Carine’s Ambience Hair Studio
Cee Cut & Quarters
Center for Nonprofits*
Central High School*
Convenient Education Services, LLC*
Cynthia’s Natural Hair Salon*
Dana L. Owens Inc.*
Distinctive Image
Diverse Generation Media
Dixons Hair Affair
Earth2Wear*
East Orange Campus High School*
Empower Today’s Youth*
Empress Tintawi*
Essex County College*
Family Link, REIC*
First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Get Twisted
Get Out  NEW!
Girls Excel

Hazel’s Deep Cleaning
Hair by Nedjetti*
Horizons Bookstore
Hudson Perinatal Consortium*
Isis.Origi.Nile*
Just Your Style Too
Karen Lynns Salon
K R Hair & Co
Just Us Books*
La Perfection Nails & Hair
Lees Beauty Salon*
Let’s Strive  NEW!
Lisbon Beauty Salon

Lord Stirling School*
Looking Glass Salon
Margos Stylistics Hair Salon
Partnership for Children of Essex*
Nail 3000 Nail Plaza NativE Essence
Newark Day Center*
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC)*
Netukhisa Bookstore
Newark Community Health Centers*
Northern New Jersey Birthing Project*
Novel2go Publishing*
Nubian Beauty Magazine  NEW!
Nu Loc Hair & Body Spa
Mary Kay

Mind & Soul Bookstore
MINORT*
My Sistahz Keeper Association*
Orange Extended School Day Program*
Ourstory Books & Gifts
Partnership for Children of Essex*
Project Curve Appeal*
Renewed Minds CDC* NEW!
Sacred Thoughts Bookstore
Sacrit Devahood  NEW!
Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Select Newark Public Schools

Serengeti Plains
Sirca Reaction*
Sisters Helping Sisters in Christ Ministry*
Source of Knowledge
Sports 4 Kids*
Swing Phi Swing SFI*
St. Philips Academy*
Strengthen Our Sisters*
The Bradford Brown Gallery*
The College of New Jersey*
The Nubian Queendom*
The Urban Shopper NEW!
Top Shelf Plus

Trends Marketing*
TropicalClinics*
Tunde Dada House of Africa
Unity Dance Group*
Urban League of Essex County*
Urban League of Union County* Urban League of Bergen County*
Urban League of Hudson County*
Urban League of Morris County*
Westside High School*
Wiggalicious*
Zion Academy*
Zuri DesignsNEW!

NEW MEXICO
Birthing Project USA*

NEW YORK
A Temple for My Temple*
Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center *
African American Women in Cinema*
African Hair Braiding*
Afrigenix*
African Voices  NEW!
AfroPop

Aids Community Research Initiative of Amercia*
Antekqua’s Hair
Bill Hodges Gallery
Black Hair
Brooklyn Birthing Project*
Broome County Urban League*
Brownstone Books
Buffalo Urban League*
Building Educated Leaders for Life*
Caribbean Women’s Health Association*
Designer Braids& Trade
Dyaspora Salon & Day Spa
Gay Men’s Health Crisis*
Girls Inc.*
Hair Fashions East
Harlem Birthing Project*
Health Department of New York*
Hip Hop Association*
Hue-man Bookstore*
Indigo Café and Bookstore
Inner Beauty Solutions*
Khamit Kinks*
Just Us Women Productions, LLC*
Langston Hughes Community Library & Community Center
Lil SISTA*
Launched Ladies Creative Agency*
Marta Valle Secondary After School Boys & Girls Club
Merrick Park Baptist Church*
Motivators and Creators*
National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment*
National Coalition of 100 Black Women*
National Council for Research on Women*
NBA/WNBA*
Navy Yard Boys & Girls Club*
New York City Housing Authority* NEW!
New York Urban League*
Nubian Heritage Bookstore
Project Mentor Development Council  NEW!
QCPC/CAP Birthing Project

Reel Sisters  NEW!
Sankofa Ra
NEW!
Select Nail Salons
Select New York City Public Schools*
Select Public Libraries
Sirca Designs
Sisters Making a Difference*
Sisters Uptown
Society of Neith Street*
Soulistic NYC
The Anderson-Green Group* NEW!
The Black Girl Project*
The Educational Alliance Boys & Girls Club-Edgies*
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol*
The Educational Alliance Boys & Girls Club-H.S. of Economics & Finance*
The Educational Alliance Boys & Girls Club-PS 142*
The Living Goddess*
The Schomburg Center*
The Sisterhood is Global Institute*
The Striplin Foundation*
Tulani’s Regal Movement
Turning Heads Salon & Spa
Urban League of Long Island*
Urban League of Rochester*
Urban League of Westchester County*
VetteEnterprises* NEW!
What’s Eating Harlem*
 Willie Mae Rock Camp*
Women’s HIV Collaborative of New York*
Wosa’s Natural Hair
WNBA*
Yisrael School of Learning*

NORTH CAROLINA
A Difference Bookstore
AIDS Community Res. Association*
African Land*
Ayana’s Glory Locs
Bamar Courts Boys & Girls Club*
Bennett College
Black Working Mothers
  NEW!
Birchwood Heights Boys & Girls Club*
Brita’s Divas*
Camp DIVA*
Conduit*
Braids R Beautiful
Coastal Carolina HorseSense*
Creative Interchange*
Cultural Freedom
Dancer for Life*
Delta Sigma Theta*
Destinee*
Divine Women of Faith*
Durham County Social Services*
Girls Club of Wake County*
Glory Locs
God Given Beauty
Hatyi Heritage Center*
Families Living Violence Free*
Hayti Heritage Center*
Hickory City Schools*
Inspiring Others Mentoring*
John Avery Boys & Girls Club*
Johnson C. Smith University
Kaplan University*
Kindezi Rites of Passage*
LaSalle Enterprises NEW!
Lockstar Upscale Natural Hair Salon
Majestique Events & Gifts

Mocha Moms*
Mt. Vernon Christian Church*
Neighbors in Ministry*
Noire Productions, Inc.
North Carolina A&T State University
North Carolina Central University
Numbers Child Care*
OORadio  NEW!
On the Real Productions

Raleigh Girls Club*
S. Estes Family Resource*
Sistah on the Move* NEW!
Seminole Productions  NEW!
Saint Augustine’s College
Schatzi’s Design Gallery and Spa
Shaw University
Select Durham Public Schools

Select Public Libraries
Smell Goods*
Sophia Sunflower Salon*
The Black Girls’ Corner*
The Silk Veil Wedding Consultants*
The Hair Source
The Queens Beautique
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club*
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club McDougle Terrace*
Triangle Urban League*
Triple S*
Uniquely Beautiful*
Urban League of Central Carolinas*
Winston-Salem University
Winston-Salem Urban League*
Women In the Lord*
World of Flowers*
Young Women of Promise*

OHIO
Abdul’s African Art
Africentric Personal Development*
Akron Urban League*
Black Art Plus
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio*
Bride of His Son Ministries*
Canton Urban League*
Cleveland Birthing Project*
Crown Point Christian Bookstore
Columbus Urban League*
Dayton Urban League*
Greater Toledo Urban League*
Ivy  Writer Media*
Kiso Books
Lorain County Urban League*
Maryam Booksellers*
Massillon Urban League*
Miss Black Ohio USA Scholarship Pageant*
Queen Nefertiti Productions
Select Cleveland Schools

Sisters Inspiring Sisters*
Soul Purpose Lifestyle Company*
The Harambee Leadership Academy*
The PanAfrican Institute*
Urban League of Greater Cincinnati*
Ujamaa Diva Network*
Urban League of Greater Cleveland*
Vigilant Communications*
Warren-Trumbull Urban League*
Youngstown Birthing Project*

OKLAHOMA
EtaPiNu Sorority, Inc.*
Metropolitan Tulsa Urban League*
Urban League of Oklahoma City*

OREGON
Reflection Coffee & Books
Urban League of Portland*

PENNSYLVANIA
African American Museum*
Afrotaino Productions*
Alkebulan Bookstore
Amadi Wellness Connection*
Andrea Rose Photography*
Annual Internat’l Locks Conference*
Atajmil Salon
Au Naturale
Basic Black
Beauty Colliseum
Black Girl*
Brownstone Natural Hair
Dana Styling Salon
Duafe Holistic Hair Care
Haneef’s On South
Endless Creations
Exavia’s Locks & Twist*
Family and Friends Day Care and Learning Center  NEW!
Gottitravel

Hill District Education Council* NEW!
I Have a Beautiful Body*
Indigofera*
It’s A Mystery to Me Bookstore
Malika Kambe Umfazi Sorority*
Million Women March*
Nanzee’s*
Oasis Room/AWC  NEW!
Philadelphia Birthing Project

Robin’s Bookstore
Select Nail Salons
Select Philadelphia Public Schools*
Select Public Libraries
SISTA*
Stable of Books & Stuff
The Autis Project* NEW!
The Law of Attraction Teacher*
Total Communications Executive Liaison Service
The Nile
Xquisite Hair Design
Urban League of Shenango Valley*
Urban League of Lancaster County*
Urban League of Philadelphia*
Urban League of Pittsburgh*
Woman Wisdom Corp*
Young Women’s Leadership School*
Zulene Creative Touch Design

RHODE ISLAND
Larger Visions* NEW!
Urban League of Rhode Island*

SOUTH CAROLINA
Columbia Birthing Project*
Estill Elementary*
In His Presence Ministry World Evangelism  
Marlboro County Child and Family Services

Oyotunji African Village*
Proclaiming Christ Ministries*
The Kwanzaa House*
Trident Urban League*
Columbia Urban League*
Urban League of the Upstate*
We are Strong Survivors*
What Kids Can Do*
Woman to Woman Entrepreneurs Association*  NEW!

TENNESSEE
Afro Books
Hill Financial Services
Knoxville Urban League*
Memphis Urban League*
Nashville Birthing Project*
Memphis & Shelby County Birthing Project*
Select Memphis Public Schools*
Sisters to Sisterhood Support Group*
Urban League of Greater Chattanooga*
Urban League of Middle Tennessee*

TEXAS
A Life of Peace Wellness Institute*
Asha’s Event Planning*
AOC Books*
African Imports
Austin Area Urban League*
Beautifully Said*
Beautifying HEARTS*
Black Images Book Bazaar
Black Book Worm*
Black Market Echange*
Cush City*
Divine Creations Hair Designs*
Ebony Hair Expressions
Emeth Books and Gifts
Erin Lindsay Ministries*
Exhale African American Books*
Fort Worth Birthing Project*
girlStrong!*
Houston Area Urban League*
In Full Bloom Modeling and Pageantry Academy*
Knappi by Nature
Komen Breast Cancer Foundation*
Lock Shoppe Hair Salon*
MainStreet Books
Mocha Sisters Organization*
Nu World Books
NyAHsia Sistahood*
Owu books
Roots N Kulture
Sankofa Books
Scircles of Hair Studio Select Nail Salons
Select Public Libraries
Select Houston Public Schools*
Shrine of the Black Madonna
Soul Scissors
Soul Sister Natural Haircare*
Super Star Stylists Beauty Spa*
The Full Bloom Modeling & Pageantry*
Travel for Fun*
Tula Couture*
Uneek Ideels Sisterhood*
Unkle Funky’s Daughter Natural Hair Salon
Urban League of Greater Dallas and No. Ctrl TX*
Vital Roots Accessories*
Virtual Legal Support*
Women’s Global Connection*

UTAH
Sam Weller Books

VIRGINIA
2011 All American Classic Woman*
Afro Puffs and Ponytails*
Ancient Techniques Natural Hair Braiding Service*
American Diabetes Association*
Ashoka*
African Attractions
Ashanti Village*
Atlantic Bookpost
Blossom on Butterfly Wings*
Boys & Girls Club in Prince William*
Boys & Girls Club-Hylton Branch*
Boys & Girls Club Heiser Branch*
Boys & Girls Club-Carteret
Break the Chains*
Eternal RaFlections Holistics*
FISHNET NEW!
Happily Natural Day

International Black Women’s Congress NEW!
Karibu Books
Kinnks

LifeLines Ministries*
Mortgage Branch*
National Society of Black Engineers*
Norfolk State University
Northern Virginia Urban League*
Nubian Village Academy*
Respect for Life Daycare*
PBS
Positive Vibes
Respect for Life Daycare

The Girls & Co.*
Tigerlily Foundation*
Urban League of Greater Richmond*
Words of Wisdom Books and Gifts
Urban League of Hampton Roads*
Victorious Ladies Ministry*
Vision for Victory*

WASHINGTON
Carol’s Essential Ethnic Gifts and Books
Eternalkween Essential Care*
International Black Woman’s Collaborative*
OneWorld Now!*
Seattle Birthing Project*
Tacoma Urban League*
Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle*
Weaving the World Online Radio NEW!

WISCONSIN
Black Girl Inspired, LLC* NEW!
Khemistry Kosmetiks*
Milwaukee Birthing Project*
Milwaukee Urban League*
Urban League of Greater Madison*
The African American Women’s Club of WI*
The Cultural Connection Bookstore
The Readers Choice
Urban League of Racine & Kenosha*

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