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Young Black Women's Project Workshop Series 2018

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601-7700 Hurontario St.

Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3

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CONNECT WITH COMMUNITY.

FIND YOUR VOICE.

OWN YOUR POWER.

The experiences of young Black women can be characterized by the influences of multiple power disparities that include race, gender, age, and social status. The Young Black Women’s Project will explore issues that impact self esteem and connection to community, viewed through an intersectional lens that considers the interplay of disparate forces in the lives of young Black women.

The Young Black Women’s Project is an eight-part trans-inclusive workshop series open to black women aged 18+. Participants will explore issues such as trauma, relationships, mental health, and self-image.

Graduates from the program will gain increased confidence to: communicate, advocate, negotiate for personal and community health and well-being, and serve as effective leaders in social and professional networks.

Learn more about yourself, connect with community, build lasting relationships, refine tools of self expression, and amplify your voice.

Sign up by September 25th to reserve your seat! Workshops will take place weekly between September 25th and November 22nd.

The Young Black Women's Project is an initiative founded by the Peel HIV/AIDS Network (PHAN) and made possible by a stellar team comprised of peer leaders, PHAN staff members, community partners, and community members who share our commitment to providing safe spaces for young Black women to explore important issues.

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