Posted by Edith Winkler on March 8, 2018 /
On March 1, our Executive Director Wakumi Douglas served on a panel at this year's Columbia University Beyond the Bars Conference! Click here to check out this incredible panel. (Starting at 1:05:00; 1 hour and 5 minutes!)
Posted by Edith Winkler on March 1, 2018 /
The recent Black Girls Day at the Capitol was the first to highlight minority women’s economic issues in Florida. Several organizations want improvements on education and better access to health care. The Sisters Organizing for Understanding and Leadership Group and other minority groups want state representatives to focus on improvements in education. S.O.U.L. Sister member Tajarah Surin says public schools in southern Florida have a lack of resources.
Posted by Edith Winkler on February 15, 2018 /
New York City Youth Leaders Board is raising funds for a trip to Miami!! Help them travel to Florida during their spring break to connect with the Miami Youth Leaders Board, share best practices, and exchange information about the organizing work happening in New York City and South Florida. Stay tuned for more information!
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.
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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... more ›