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

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  • Giving Tuesday 2018: S.O.U.L. Sisters Take Lead

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on October 12, 2018

    In February 2015, 14 Black and Brown girls from NYC and Miami came together under S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective to form the first Youth Leaders Board. Impacted by violence, poverty, and oppression, our Youth Leaders used their personal experiences to make radical transformations in their communities.     From sharing dreams and ideas to running workshops and conferences, our youth-led...
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  • Miami: Radical Softness Institute – Register Today!

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on October 12, 2018

      Our two-day Radical Softness Institute is an event for the Dignity in Schools Campaign Week of Action, highlighting the importance of emotional intelligence through restorative justice in the school system.┬áThis event offers for youth to express themselves and experience restorative justice. We work to center the voices of black and brown girls, femmes, and non-binary youth who are...
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  • S.O.U.L. Sisters Represents Communities for Just Schools at NEA Symposium

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on October 12, 2018

      This past Saturday, S.O.U.L. Sisters Executive Director Wakumi Douglas engaged Youth Organizer Logan Meza in a conversation on schools replicating systems of oppression that cause trauma and pain for girls and non-binary students of color. S.O.U.L. Sisters represented the Communities for Just Schools Fund at the NEA Foundation‘s “Keeping the Promise of Public Education” Symposium. Weaving their personal...
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