Self-definition is empowering. When I was in my third year at Princeton University, I wrote a independent research titled, “Black Women & Self-Definition.” When I started Sisterhood Agenda at age 23, one of the first things that I did was integrate the concept of self-definition into our A Journey Toward Womanhood curriculum for teenage girls.
Times have changed. And especially today considering the hectic modern lifestyle that the majority of the global population is having, living a sisterhood lifestyle might eventually end up being a dream, an aspiration, rather than a real life circumstance. For many people now the main goal is to find ways to add more special friendships to their lives.
Sisterhood Agenda caught up with freelance writer, author, and artist zaji. USA Today says her latest book, When We Were One (Peace In The Storm Publishing Presents): “Zaji’s imaginative tale will spur us to think and be entertained.”
One in four women suffer from the effects of trauma. As women, there are many indicators of trauma. Here, we give you 10 signs to recognize trauma in your life. The most common trauma for women is sexual assault or child sexual abuse.