Powerful Voices

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Powerful Voices creates brave spaces with girls* of color to take charge of their own power as leaders, igniting their abilities to confidently express themselves, build community, and act against injustices affecting their lives.

*those who identify or socialize as a girl

Grounded in core tenets of anti-adultism, a strengths-based framework, and trauma-informed practices, gender-specific, social justice programs for 11-19 year old girls of color so that they can be equipped with communal knowledge and platforms to speak up. Programming includes:

  • employment programs
  • cultural enrichment programs
  • student advocacy

Learn more on Powerful Voices' website.​​​​​​​

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