Video Gallery and Resources
S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective announced its closing in November of 2022. Wakumi Douglas, a co-founding Executive Director, shares a personal reflection and closing remarks.
Check out the virtual panel we had with Common Justice about the Fair Access to Victim Compensation Campaign! It’s rare we get to sit down with a Senior Organizer and participate in spreading information about this important campaign surrounding the bill. Special thanks to Sherrell for joining in this dialogue with our youth folks. We understand the complexity of why survivors do not want to involve police in reporting incidents of violence, and why increased access and information about funds for healing can make our communities safer. We also discussed ways survivors can be supported with healing from traumatic events, and how people can connect with their networks to access funds if this bill is passed.
Our Executive Director Wakumi Douglas joined Community for Just Schools Fund in a panel discussing Social-Emotional Learning. She talked about radical acceptance of where we are in the moment, self-determined spaces for girls and nonbinary youth as healing justice, and creating cultures rooted in care and balance.
Our youth co-founder celebrates our 5 year anniversary with this beautiful poetic video! (December 2020)
Press Conference – Miami’s Philanthropic Community Challenged to Correct Racial Disparities in Funding (August 6, 2020)
Our 2020 inaugural cohort of Black Girls Design Camp – a program of Fashion for Social Change!
2017 Year-in-Review! See some highlights from this year and hear directly from youth members.
S.O.U.L. Sisters was honored with the 2015 Hero Award from In Our Own Backyard, Inc for our inspiring work. Thank you, IOBY!
We know that Black Girls Matter, and we are here to share it with the world. This video was produced by the Dream Defenders and features our executive director and several youth leader board members.