february, 2021

sun21feb7:00 pmVirtual EventBlack Woman: The Original Guardian AngelGroup Dialogue7:00 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my time

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How do we reclaim our beauty, dignity, and femininity back as Black
women? Feminine energy in its purest essence is cooperative, unifying,
and powerful. It comes to no surprise this is why media strategically
promotes messages/images of Black women competing against one another,
being less desirable than women of other races, having de-constructive
behaviors toward working together in a harmonious sisterhood. What are
the consequences of these negative vibrations/messages being filled in
the minds of black women?; Depression, anxiety, low-self esteem, feeling
of inadequacy, and feeling unloved or a sense of unworthiness. We also
of course have to account for trans-generational trauma passed on from
our ancestors experience with this agenda being pushed for decades.
These are things we are more than capable of overcoming if we work
together as sisters. It is my hope that this space will over you a place
to feel welcome, voices heard, respected, loved, and unified.

The
Afrikan Woman: Original Guardian Angel by Ishakamusa Barashango is a
foundation we can build on. We have forgotten who we are as Black women
and the beauty and contributions we have made to modern civilizations.
If we knew deeply in our hearts how beautiful and powerful of an essence
we carry as the original women of this planet, we would become a force
that is unstoppable.

Join us February 21, @7pm EST to build community, sisterhood, love, and a fun space

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