Through interactive workbook elements and workshops we build community around the historical and contemporary narratives of Black women and femmes.
We aim to continue the tradition that has led our foremothers into self-awareness, power, and freedom, by creating space for southern Black women and femmes to read, share, and reflect on the stories that bind us.
“We are leaning to name ourselves, our distinctions, and solidarities…developing enough of a common dream language that we can be that much more explicit about the real futures we are shaping into existence.”
– adrienne maree brown
Retha Williams @rethawrites
“There are 7 billion assholes in the world, so why be one more.”