Register for #TheBlackGirlProject’s 2013 Sisterhood Summit | Digital Daughters: Black Girls Bridging The Divide

Women, girls, adults, parents, educators, and students 17 and up – this one’s for you!

The Black Girl Project has announced that registration for the October 26th Sisterhood Summit is open.  This year’s theme is Digital Daughters: Black Girls Bridging The Divide, and promises to be our most enriching and engaging Summit yet. The date is Saturday, October 26th, 10am – 6pm, in Lower Manhattan. Register early — once the spaces are filled, registration closes. Register here >>

About The Black Girl Project

The Black Girl Project is a leading-edge, grassroots online organization that utilizes art, stories and media to celebrate, inspire and advance the lives of women and girls across the globe. Our mission is to inspire creativity, analytical and critical thinking, awareness and action on key issues for women and girls. This years summit address is below (and is FREE), but remember you must REGISTER first in order to attend.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 9:30am to 6pm! FREE!!
SUNY Empire State College
325 Hudson Street
(Corner of Vandam street)
New York, NY 10013-1005

 

Still unsure if you’re coming? Check out this workshop sample, we are sure it will change your mind:

How Can My Big Mouth Change The World: A Panel Discussion on the Power of Blogging [Youth Workshop]

Black women run things on the web. Whether it be through tweeting, blogging, and “liking”, black women are digital divas-using their words to make the world a better for black girls and women in this world.

On this panel, these “digital media mavens”  share their passion for social change and how they use social media to advocate for girl power and promote positive images of black women and girls.

You know this panel is going to be amazing! Don’t wait until Friday.  Register now.

Additional Contact Info

Phone (347) 994-8779

Email hello@blackgirlproject.org

Website http://sisterhoodsummit.blackgirlproject.org/

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