Posts tagged ‘sisterhood’

Black women love their sister-friends. This, we know for sure. And yet when we’re in conflict, why do we so often find ourselves lashing out and deeply wounding the very same sister-girl we claim to love so dearly? Let’s not even talk about how much mudslinging we witnessed between sisters on the Real Housewives of [...]

“It is never too late to have a life, and never too late to change one.”–Nike, Just Do It (1990)
It’s that time again–a New Year is upon us and you can feel the excitement in the air. 2011 was quite a year for me personally. I have much to be thankful and grateful for as [...]

National Media Release (November 28, 2011)
From the Chairman & Founder, Sophia A. Nelson, Esquire:
I am pleased to announce that for the past two years, since the 2009 (5th anniversary Holiday Tea) a very small group of founders and professionals have been discussing how we can truly have the greatest impact on the lives of [...]

One of the things that I am very clear about these days is that we are all going through some kind of life storm, or trauma.  True that we may be experiencing these challenges on different levels and in different areas of our lives, but the older I get the more I am starting to [...]