Black Womens Blueprint, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 11 reviews
Issues: Civil Rights, Arts & Culture, Philanthropy
Location: P.O. Box 24713 Brooklyn NY 11202 USA
Our Black HerStory Project aims to counter the effects of popular culture, teaches Black History in order to promote respect and dignity for Black women by highlighting and teaching their rich contribution to history, raising self-esteem, self-worth, connecting the past to the present and future, reconnecting to roots and inspiring pride. Part museum, part library, this Project is committed to creating greater knowledge and appreciation of the relevance of Black women to Women’s History and Black Historical issues, through innovative exhibitions, public programs and educational interactive tours tailored for our boys and girls offering them alternative images of Black women. This program has already obtained materials for several exhibits on the lives of key Black women from throughout the African Diaspora. At capacity this program will house artifacts, books, papers, video documentaries, video re-enactments, periodicals, t-shirts, buttons, campaign banners, organizational files etc. in a grand space catering to community adults and youth alike.
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Black Women's Blueprint is redefining the role of advocacy in the lives of women of African descent in the U.S. Utilizing the approach of intersectional analysis, they're able to research, analyze and provide space for the whole Black woman. Black Women's Blueprint is the future of how Black women organize, collaborate and inspire.
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