Sisterhood Agenda

Trauma Recovery & Healing

Promoting Black Youth Mental Health

Sisterhood Agenda Promoting Black Youth Mental Health

Sisterhood Agenda has been promoting Black youth mental health for over twenty-five years.  Starting with small groups of Black girls ages 12-17, we created and implemented A Journey Toward Womanhood, plus SisterCamp, Sister Circles, and other girl power programs. Vulnerability Disproportionately impacted by trauma and abuse, disease, economic handicaps, and[…]

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Having Meditation Troubles? Read This

Meditation troubles don’t have to keep you from progressing with your spiritual development.  Some of us have great difficulty meditating. Meditation is about going inward and releasing external attachments. Helpful tips Those who meditate regularly can experience heightened bliss, peace, and relaxation. Sisterhood Agenda’s Meditation Handout can simplify this process[…]

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Cyberbullying During Online Classes

Before many in-person classes went online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, school bullying used to occur in face-to-face settings, on the school grounds, or in classrooms. But did you know there is one huge problem that awaits parents in this new normal?  It’s cyberbullying.  Some questions to ask:[…]

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