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!)
We’re incredibly happy to announce that S.O.U.L. Sisters’ zines for Black Mamas Bailout have been printed! We will distribute these zines to Black mamas who are currently incarcerated awaiting release and are being detained because they cannot afford bail. This... more ›
The Black Girls Matter Miami Coalition is looking for passionate and motivated girls, femmes, gender non-conforming and non-binary teen-aged youth of color who want to spark changes in their community! Youth will be trained and given the tools to be the catalyst for social justice. In addition to receiving community service hours, youth will participate in an overnight retreat, mentorship, leadership development, and receive a paid stipend! Space is limited, so click here to apply now!