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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  • S.O.U.L. Sisters At Art Basel! (ZEAL Pop-Up Exhibit)

    Posted by Logan Meza on December 4, 2019

    An original S.O.U.L. Sisters art piece is going to be featured at the ZEAL pop-up exhibit titled “Who Owns Black Art?” for this year’s Art Basel! Click Here to RSVP! We Are Free & It Looks Like This was created on Saturday, October 26th, 2019 when S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective invited the Miami community to a two-part event (1) to...
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  • Miami Event: Memorial + BBQ & Paint

    Posted by Logan Meza on October 15, 2019

    Memorial Event: Honoring Atatiana Jefferson S.O.U.L. Sisters is offering a memorial and healing space for communities impacted by the police murder of Atatiana Jefferson. During this memorial, we will build a community altar, write letters/prayers, and sing.  It is our right to center our healing and our grief, even as we fight for justice for our people. Our repass...
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  • S.O.U.L. Sisters at PUSHOUT Film World Premiere!

    Posted by Donette Manning on September 19, 2019

    The PUSHOUT film had it’s world premiere screening in Washington D.C. September 17, 2019. PUSHOUT exposes the educational and judicial disparities African-American girls face in the United States. The premiere in the nation’s capital featured a panel of advocates that help support girls and young women. Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (D-MA),Dr. Monique Morris,the author of the 2018 book PUSHOUT, and our...
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