Happy Thursday Everyone!
If you’re in the New York City area, be sure to come out and support what promises to be an amazing time of dropped knowledge at the 1st annual Sisterhood Summit, sponsored by The Black Girl Project. Last summer, Zora interviewed Black Girl Project founder Aiesha Turman about her vision , gaining a fresh perspective on the power of media and film inspired, created, and driven by women of color. A few months later, Aiesha teamed up with Zora again for our I Love Myself reading at The MoCADA Museum in Brooklyn, NY.
Ever a game changer, Aiesha is committed to keeping the movement alive through visceral connections that unite the spirit, mind, and body of all women. This Saturday Zora editor, Jessica Lynne and contributing writer, Maame- Yaa Aforo, will have the honor of screening their documentary so says she, at The Sisterhood Summit. But their workshop is only one of the many workshops that comprise this year’s wisdom giving summit.
So, join us this saturday at SUNY Livingston from 9am to 6pm to check out the power. The movement is real y’all!
For more information about The Black Girl Project or to register for The Sisterhood Summit ( which you most certainly should) visit: http://sisterhoodsummit.blackgirlproject.org/