“Beautiful Sista” is a musical compilation by renowned women reggae artists represents the power of sisterhood. A few years ago, producer Arif Cooper teamed with reggae stars Alaine, Tami Chynn, Tessanne Chin and Queen Ifrica for this all-star female track.
Ladies can be mechanics, too! Sisterhood Agenda global partner, Lady Mechanic Initiative (LMI), was founded in Nigeria to teach women mechanic skills to improve their employment options and standards of living.
“LMI envisions a world where an empowered emancipated cultured and nurtured womanhood engages the vulnerable and less privilege of society in an unending embrace of warmth,
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.
As sisters, we can combine healing women and social entrepreneurship in India and in other places, too. The business of Sudara began when founder Shannon Keith took a trip to India. When she saw women and girls being sexually and economically exploited,
Victims of sexual assault on college campuses are speaking out. Stranger danger is real. However, many women are assaulted by someone they know and trust. Sexual assaults on campuses are way too common. You are at risk on any campus: high school,
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 tend to hire people who look and act like themselves.
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.
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.