Do you know how to become a woman Techmaker with Google? Google is surprisingly homogeneous when it comes to hiring practices with very only 30% of its workforce comprised of women and less than 5% of Black, Hispanic, and Other (both male and female) employees: The fact remains that managers[…]
Girls are excited to see SuperGirl! Many feminists are happy to finally see a female superhero on television. While many are applauding the increased diversity in Hollywood, CBS Network decided to create a SuperGirl who looks like the promotional picture above. In reality, SuperGirl is more likely to look like: […]
If you are in an abusive relationship, seek help immediately. Be open to receiving support in new and different ways. Help your sisters who may also need your help. International Resources National Coalition Against Domestic Violence For anonymous, confidential help, 24/7, please call THE NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE 1.800.799.SAFE[…]
The Sisterhood Empowerment Academy (SEA) is being built in St. John, USVI. Inspired by Mother Nature, the SEA is Sisterhood Agenda’s ocean front, eco-friendly headquarters and refuge for healing. Visit the SEA website: seausvi.com for more information. Be a part of the SEA! Sisterhood Agenda is currently accepting tax-deductible donations[…]
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Films by and for women of African descent have been chosen by the International Black Women’s Film Festival (IBWFF) committee each year for the past 14 years. The selected films are then scheduled for group showings in movie theaters in San Francisco and Oakland December 4-14, 2015. Films will be[…]
Sisterhood Agenda has been in existence for almost 21 years. Wow! Throughout the years, we have evolved. Today, we are starting fresh. No archive blog posts or references to the past-it is a new day in a new era of consciousness. Expect more new, great things to happen: Sisterhood Agenda’s[…]