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8th ESSENCE Black Women in Hollywood Awards

A lot of you may have missed this important media event. We hope to collaborate more with ESSENCE and OWN in the future to help them spread the word! Watch Oprah’s speech about Maya Angelou, a true “warrior […]

Zendaya Educates the Masses

Reposted from Black Girls Guide At Black Girls Guide, we LOVE smart, successful, and beautiful celebrity sisters!  When insulting remarks were made about her locs at the recent Oscar event by self-proclaimed “fashion police,” Zendaya took the rein […]

Black Girls Can Be Green, Too

Reposted from Huffington Post: When we picture people who are part of the eco-friendly “green” movement, we don’t often picture our Nubian sisters. However, personal experience and data confirms the fact that Black people and other “people of […]

Films at the Schomburg: An African City

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and African Film Festival, Inc. are proud to present a special screening of the popular web series, An African City. The screening will be followed by an insightful panel discussion with […]

Still Waiting for Our Sister Superheroes

This summer, the Marvel Universe gets a big dose of  women empowerment with its all-female A-Force team.  She-Hulk leads this team of female superheroes in the wake of the Avengers break-up during Marvel’s Secret Wars.  One Marvel character […]

Eco-Chic Living

Re-posted from Black Girls Guide Celebrate life and all of the beauty in it, including you! We are meant to savor and enjoy earth’s bounty. According to http://www.50waystohelp.com/, if you simply replace a regular bulb with a new […]

Seeing More Sisters on TV

While many recent articles focus on increasing the representation of women in media, few focus on Black women. The marginalization of Black women on television is real. Recently, at age 49, Viola Davis won a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) […]

Support Our Filmmakers in Sisterhood

Reposted from Angela D. Coleman’s Huffington Post blog: Oh, what a surprise, the Oscar nominees are White men! As they try to use awesome talent like Lupita Nyong’o as a poster child for their agenda, we should remember […]

FEATURED POST: Global Sisterhood Directory

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Supersmart Sister Celebs

 Excerpted from Sisterhood Agenda Magazine, Fall 2007 with Erykah Badu on the cover:    

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 […]

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 […]

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:                                   Explore the International […]

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 […]

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 […]

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A Journey Toward Womanhood Curriculum Guide

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