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NYC YLB at their monthly meeting, hosted by Black Women's Blueprint at the museum of Women's Resistance

NYC Youth Leaders Board

Posted by Edith Winkler on February 15, 2018 / Uncategorized
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!
SOUL Sisters Members after a show

Black Girl Magic Show

Posted by Edith Winkler on February 15, 2018 / Uncategorized
In October, members of the NYC Youth Leaders Board and participants of the CAMBA Sisterhood Academy attended a performance of nicHi Douglas’s Black Girl Magic Show!, an absurdist dance theatre lecture on Black female identity. After an enjoyable and thought-provoking performance, the show’s cast and crew answered questions from the audience, and the S.O.U.L. Sisters youth got a photo with playwright/performer nicHi Douglas (sister of S.O.U.L. Sisters’ very own Wakumi Douglas!)
8 women in a Photo Booth

Black Girl Magic Ball- Urban Word NYC

Posted by Edith Winkler on February 15, 2018 / Uncategorized
Participants from the CAMBA Sisterhood Academy, along with two staff chaperones, attended Urban Word NYC’s Black Girl Magic Ball in February. Organized in celebration of the release of Mahogany L. Browne’s poem, “Black Girl Magic,” the evening included a performance by Oshun and a photo booth, which S.O.U.L. Sisters took full advantage of!  
art supplies for organizing projects

NYC Sisterhood Academy – Accepting Host Applications!

Posted by Edith Winkler on February 15, 2018 / Uncategorized
Partner with S.O.U.L. Sisters and take that first step in creating space for our youth to live authentically and amplify their voices in pursuing radical healing for themselves and their communities.