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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  • NYC YLB Ask #WhatWouldYouPack

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on August 7, 2018

    By Zoe Cole, NYC Intern Edited by Jamy Drapeza, NYC Program Manager Bags and signs placed around the police barricades Photo Credit: Asian American Federation “The deportation machine has many layers. We invite you to join us in an action that will bring to light one such layer—invisible to many—that profoundly marks the lives of our friends, our neighbors. When...
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  • Here Comes the Boom: An Assembly For Women and Girls

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on June 11, 2018

    With the Florida March for Black Women, we made history. Almost 1,000 Black women, girls, femmes, and their allies joined us to take the streets of Miami, demanding that we are heard and celebrated. And that was just the beginning. Here Comes the Boom: An Assembly for Black Women and Girls is a conference planned by a dynamic coalition of...
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  • Miami S.O.U.L. Sisters GNC Caucus – Now Recruiting!

    Posted by Jamy Drapeza on May 23, 2018

      S.O.U.L. Sisters Miami is accepting new members to our Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) Caucus! We are committed to creating intentional spaces for those who fall in and out of the gender binary. We welcome all non-binary and gender non-conforming (GNC) folks between the ages of 13-21 to apply. Members can expect to engage in leadership development, community organizing, social justice,...
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