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1315 Walnut Street, Suite 320

Philadelphia, PA 19107


We're in the very early stages of getting our worker-owned co-op off the ground and are looking for all the assistance that is available to us.

About Womxnist Liberation Co-op (unofficial name):

This multi-functional worker-owned co-op offers political, cultural, artisti...

CLASSES: Ballet for All Bodies which is an adult beginner class. No leotards or buns, just ballet basics for alternative music.

And Sass and Funk which is my new street jazz class that is taught to only Funk music! 

Both classes are prioritizing woc and taught on Thursda...

At November 3rd's Daylight Saving Time Epilogue event, LaTierra presented the Kiana Marcus & Time Poverty vignette featured on Rasheedah Phillips Black Womxn's Temporal portal website:

Pictures to come.

Daylight Saving Time Epilogue


"The stories of girls of color are often overlooked, unseen, and ignored rather than valued and heard. In Parable of the Brown Girl, minister and youth advocate Khristi Lauren Adams introduces readers to the resilience, struggle, and hope held within these stories. Ins...

The Womanist Working Collective is partnering with Black Star Film Festival to feature 

"The Cancer Journals Revisited" inspired by Audre Lorde. This film will be screening on Thursday, August 1st at 10AM at the Lightbox Theatre on UPenn's campus. Follow this link for m...

Radical Embodiment and Strengthening for POC (People of Color)

Wednesday, July 31st, 7:15 - 9:15PM
$15 Early Bird, $20 Day Of

The block is hot!

The magic of Owl and Rayla fuses yoga and dance within a safe community for POC to establish a feeling of radical embodime...

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