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 In 2017, a vote had been made by members for our initial time bank to limit participation to Black women and femmes that were either members of our collective or somehow connected to our networks. This was (1) for safety reason since people publish their addresses on...


Our Co-organize of Self-care Okichie Davis, has been featured in today's Inquirer article:

"Needed: More Black LGBTQ therapists:

Okichie Davis, a Philadelphia therapist who works with queer people of color, has found that Black transgender people experience all of the s...



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Who was Ancestor Katie G. Cannon? She was a powerful Womanist Theologist, becoming the first Black woman to be ordained into the United Presbyterian USA denomination in 1974. She took her career,...

Please join us this Saturday, June 20, 2020 56th & Chestnut for the #SayHerName March for Justice in Philadelphia, PA!

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