We are a healing circle supporting Black women who have experienced trauma; looking forward to a peaceful world by helping women join hands to help heal our community.
This town hall meeting will discuss some alarming statistics, who is at risk, and how best to protect our loved ones. Bring your questions.
According to a December 2020 report from the CommonWealth Fund:
Black and indigenous women are two to three times more likely than their white peers to die from pregnancy complications.
The US ranks last overall among industrialized countries in the rates of maternal death.
The maternal death rate for Black women at 37.1 per 100,000 pregnancies is 2.5 times the ratio for white women (14.7) and three times the ratio for Hispanic women (11.8).
That makes it especially important for Black and indigenous women to be able to advocate for proper care.
A Black mother with a college education is at 60 percent greater risk of maternal death than a white or Hispanic woman with less than a high school education.
This town hall meeting will discuss who is at risk, and how best to protect our loved ones.
We are pleased to have Dr. Janine James, Obstetrician / Gynecologist, share her experiences as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine Specialist in the Milwaukee area.
Come with your questions. Leave knowledgeable and be empowered.
“I really enjoyed ‘Sister talk’ it was motivating, eye-opening, and a safe space to express my innermost fears.” L Bennett
The Next Sisters Talk is Saturday, September 25th 12:00-1:30 online
Sisters Talk is a healing circle that provides a safe CONFIDENTIAL SPACE for Afrikan/Black women to talk about issues that concern them. We know what Black women are going through because we’ve gone through it too. When women come in, they can talk, or just listen. We offer guest speakers and certified Peer Specialists who facilitate the healing circles and see women one on one if needed. Peer Specialists also make referrals to community resources.
We offer our listening hearts because we know that listening and belonging are essential to healing. We talk about our experiences as Black women in a SAFE CONFIDENTIAL PLACE. We offer online and in person circles.
Sisters Talk Healing circles are held on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 27, 12:00-2:30 on Zoom
Topic: “Vision board Party Goals and Dreams manifested”
Speaker: Amber Thomas & Kadijiah Jones
“Sisters Talk” and Brush Box are teaming up to give you an immersive creative experience. Our guests Amber and Kadijiah are Art Therapists with years of experience facilitating vision board and visual art workshops. Join our facilitators and sisters in setting intentions for the new year.
You bring the goals, we have the supplies; within the Brush Box vision board pack, you will receive all the materials necessary to begin your 2021 manifestations. We will be discussing goal setting, time management, and manifesting success in this new year.
2020 Election: Know Your Voting Rights
There is much confusion about when, where, and how to vote. We want everyone to have the correct information and resources you need. Three panelists will lead a discussion of important issues and information that we need to know. Each panelist will give a 20-minute presentation. A question & answer session will follow. You will have an opportunity to post questions in the chatbox.
Moderator: Keith Parris, WNOV 860 am “The Voice”
Guest panelists: Anita Johnson (Souls to the Polls); Jason Fields (state Representative); Paul Blackman (NAACP).
Register on Eventbrite: Town Hall Meeting 2020 Elections:Know Your Voting Rights Rights
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