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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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Screen Time-A New Mental Health Crisis?

It’s no secret that the majority of the population worldwide owns a smartphone. Kids as young as 6 years old spend a lot of time with their noses pressed onto screens. They call it “screentime.” In 2020, there are 3.5 billion smartphone users around the world. (Source: Statista) But here’s[…]

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Teaching Girls To Be Confident

Teaching girls to be confident starts at home. If you have a daughter, most likely you want her to be equipped with courage and confidence.  You do not want her to fall into depression and anxiety and be vulnerable to hurtful words. If so, read on because this is for[…]

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