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Sisters Working & Abiding in God (Swag) Executive Director: Alexis Ricks Website: http://www.swagmovement.net Telephone: 470-222-9674 Mission Dedicated to serving our community, we strive to lift up youth by providing opportunities and guidance. Dynamic in our belief in God, we strive to embody excellence, integrity, and honesty in
What happens when you bring a group of girls, young ladies, and women together with food, fun, and festivities? You have a great time! That is exactly what took place on today in Athens, Georgia. Ms. Turice Brown, Sister Girl, hosted another wonderful Girl Talk 101 event. There were sessions for 3 age groups and there were plenty of volunteers on site to make
BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION In every community across the globe, girls and women should have the opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve their full potential. All nations have a responsibility to protect the basic human rights of all people, and when they do -- when girls and women are fully valued as equal participants in a country's
Do you realize just how amazing and magnificent you are? Sometimes it can be very difficult to see these qualities within yourself, particularly when we compare ourselves to others that we assume have these very qualities in larger amounts! But in reality, we all possess greatness within ourselves and have the ability to live a life of true happiness and inner peace.
Name: Pure Girls, Inc. Founder/Executive Director: Montrece Robinson Website: http://puregirlsinc.wix.com/puregirlsinc1 Email: email@example.com Contact: (843) 471-0658 PURE Girls Inc. is Positively Uniting young girls, ages 10-18, to build on character, social, and life skills by Restoring and
Sending your little one off to school is a joyous occasion. The first day of school in fact is marked by fresh out of the box sneakers, popped tags from book bags and most importantly lots and lots of hope. Every mama takes a glimpse into the future on the first day of school. Perhaps they are raising the next president, creator of the cure for diabetes or choreographer
Sweet Honey Child (SHC) has everything to do with fostering self esteem and empowering little African-American girls to be proud of their uniqueness. When a four year old African-American girl requested a Barbie to celebrate her birthday party, the mother and her aunt became concerned when the little girl insisted that she wanted a "White Barbie" only. The auntie of the