S.O.U.L Sisters supports new leaders that have "lived and breathed" the inequalities of our legal, educational, and economic systems.


  • Juvenile Justice Corner

    Posted by Acacia Rodriguez on July 15, 2021

    Black, Brown, and Indigenous people have a long history of experiencing maltreatment within institutions- including school facilities- because of the differences between them and their white counterparts.
  • 2020 Burn Book: Freedom Zine

    Posted by Donette Manning on April 20, 2021

    Inspired by S.O.U.L. Sisters’ Freedom Summer Institute: Roots, Rebirth, and Revolution. This zine was designed by our youth participants in celebration of resilience and steadfastness. Honoring the continuation of the movement that our ancestors have taught us as well as our present elders that continue to uplift us in this walk of sisterhood. Flip through the zine here !...
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  • Congratulations Wakumi!

    Posted by Donette Manning on February 2, 2021

    Big congratulations to our Co-Founder/Executive Director Wakumi Douglas on her Soros Justice Fellowship.  She will be focusing on the role of healing justice in the movement to end mass incarceration.  Learn more here: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/newsroom/open-society-foundations-announce-2020-soros-justice-fellows....
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