Bring S.H.E. Circle to your town or organization!
Are you interested in bringing S.H.E. Circle to your town or organization? Please contact D. Magrini at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how.
The Untitled Black Lesbian Elder Project
Filmmaker Tiona McClodden and publisher Lisa C. moore announce their collaboration for a feature-length documentary film, Untitled BLack Lesbian Leder Project.UBLEP will highlight interviews with black lesbian elders in their 60s, 70s and 80s from across the United States and situate them in a range of black historical movements, spanning the decades between the 1930s and 1980s. For more information, take a look here.
In the Community
Share Your Story
The Hispanic Black Gay Coalition of Boston is looking for coming out stories from LGBT of color. Share your story and find out more when you visit the website.
S.H.E. Circle - A wellness community by and for African American lesbian and bisexual women.
Whenever we come together as women – especially as African American women – there is magic and power!
Based on the principle of Ujima – “collective work and responsibility to build and maintain our community together”– S.H.E. Circle harnesses the power of this sisterhood or sistahood to empower, energize, and engage African women in a personal journey to healthy living and dis-ease prevention.
As the first national health education program focused on African American women who partner with women, the local S.H.E. Circles provide a safe space where African American lesbian and bisexual women can learn about health issues, ask questions, share information, connect with resources, and provide support to each other.
Let S.H.E. Circle be a starting point for you to rediscover yourself. Learn more about your body, mind and spirit - and let us begin a journey toward wellness, wholeness and health - together.