Black women possess a unique and harnessed power that has allowed them to persevere through economic, social, and cultural adversity. The past year has been especially trying for Black communities. Even so, we have pushed on through to protect and elevate ourselves and those around us in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and all the hardship that has come with it.
Join us on Tuesday, February 23, at 7 pm EST for a very special panel that explores Black Girl Magic – a universal term used to celebrate the unique awesomeness of Black women and their accomplishments. Strength is our hallmark despite socio-economic and cultural challenges; Black women do not just persevere; they rise. That is their grace and resilience–a Black Resilience. Black Resilience is a celebrated virtue rooted in Black women being the nurturers in our families, the backbone in our communities, and the entrepreneurs in our neighborhoods, but at what cost? Join us for an uplifting discussion led by our esteemed panelists of activists and musicians, who include Tamika Mallory and Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms with an exclusive bonus interview with Jemele Hill.
You won’t want to miss out on this panel discussion with powerful Black women that will ensure that you start off 2021 being your best self – which includes dedicating time and energy towards self-care. After all, we are better leaders and change-makers when we take the time to empower and love ourselves first.