Sisterhood Agenda

Men & Sisterhood

It takes a village.

Understanding the need for women-only sacred spaces, Sisterhood Agenda encourages men to speak out and act in ways that support women and girls. When women succeed, we all succeed.

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We can all put Sisterhood on the Agenda by joining the global network, sharing our stories, becoming partners and by donating to the cause.

Sisterhood Agenda has many male volunteers and donors.  Many men, including many celebrities, consistently put Sisterhood on the Agenda.

What you can do:

  1. Publicly declare your support for women’s empowerment.  Sisterhood Agenda supporters include:

Cornel West circular

“Sisterhood Agenda provides a new level of development and a supportive network.
We need to highlight uplifting things that are a true force for good.”
   Cornel West

Judge Mathis circular

“If teenagers are armed with motivation, information and resources, I believe anyone can achieve success.
That is why I established my own Youth Expo’s and why organizations like
Sisterhood Agenda are beneficial to today’s young girls.”

Judge Greg Mathis

2. Join the United Nation’s Stand Together movement to create a gender equal world, #HeForShe.

3. Be proud to call yourself a feminist.

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