Sisterhood Agenda, new home in St. Johns

Angela Coleman saw a need within the African American community. Their young girls needed a way to see themselves for the magnificent children that they were. Angela created a space for young girls to come, to be safe and to talk.  Since 1994, Sisterhood Agenda’s mission has been to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent, a unique population with special needs.It is now a global community.

With Global Partners who want to meet, talk face to face, encourage one another, Sisterhood Agenda is sponsoring the She Conference in St. Thomas. Any organizations and projects that are focuses on young girls would be welcomed to this valuable conference.

Angela Coleman is a cum laude graduate of Princeton University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and a minor in African American Studies. She has an M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix and a Nonprofit Management Certificate from Duke University. Ms. Coleman holds additional certificates from the Institute of African Holistic Medicine & Science and The North Carolina Board of Natural Hair Care & Holistic Science. Her research topics include self-esteem, racial identity, self-definition, and stigmatization processes.

Learn more about Angela:

Sisterhood Agenda

A Journey toward Womanhood

The She Conference 2012

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About Sharon Riegie Maynard

Sharon Riegie Maynard, a radical researcher whose questions lead her to a unique view on the world and the role and men and women can play. She has raised 9 children, works in the unseen realms to impact our physical world with the TAG Matrix system, loves nature, music, art and reading great mystery novels.

Sharon is also the Host of Weaving the World and founderf Weaving the World Media. Weaving the World  shifts its focus to A Mystic’s View speaking the truth about our adventure, purpose, and mission. WTW has showcased women,  the Voices of the New World. Sleeping women have awakened and mountains are being moved to allow space for a new culture based on the values Mothers/Women hold sacred. Now, A Mystic’s View will show the foundation that has been buried for too long. It is the story within which we will manifest the world as we had Divinely intended.