At Sisterhood Agenda, we want you to be FREE! That is what social enterprise is all about. Our founder, Angela D. Coleman, is a social entrepreneur who uses traditional business practices for social good: sisterhood!
When sisters come together, we are stronger. We take turns leading. Explore the history of the Sisterhood of Greatness Manifesto with this one-on-one interview with the author of the Sisterhood Manifesto, Blanche A. Williams, MS:
When did you first start thinking about creating a Sisterhood Manifesto for women and girls?
Times have changed. And especially today considering the hectic modern lifestyle that the majority of the global population is having, living a sisterhood lifestyle might eventually end up being a dream, an aspiration, rather than a real life circumstance. For many people now the main goal is to find ways to add more special friendships to their lives.
We wanted Sisterhood Agenda’s logo to be all things sisterhood, feminine and beautiful. With our graphic artist, Kelsey Leigh, we designed a symbol that means: strong, vibrant, generations, open, warmth, toward light, many parts of a whole, growth, beauty, feminine | SUNFLOWER
The vortex center of the Sisterhood Agenda logo also symbolizes: movement,