With Gratitude


This #GivingTuesday we'd like to appreciate all of you who have given BlackFemaleProject your time, energy, resources and love. We have big goals in the coming year, including the launch of our podcast, story series, new website and membership opportunities.

We are grateful to our supporters and partners
who have made this work possible:
2016-17 EXPERTS-IN-RESIDENCE
Baayan Bakari
Phyllis Bowie
Leslie Fields-Cruz
Regina Jackson
Charmaine McClarie
Tameka McGlawn
Charmaine Mercer
2016-17 DONORS
510media**
ACES Foundation**
Che' Abram*
Corporately, LLC
M. & T. Alert
Ted Aquino
Cathy Barragan**
K. & J. Battle
Krishna Copy Center**
Marcus Crawford
Dana Fitchett**
Berlena Gullett*
Denise McNair
Todd & Abby Donahue
Ericka Duke
April Fenall
Impact Hub Oakland**
Holly Babe Faust & Janet Stone*
Kenyetta "Kiwii" McLaurin
Alisha Meeks
Willesha Morris
National Equity Project**
Nicole Norfles
Oakland Wine Festival**
Damien & Teresha Petite
The Pollination Project
Freda Statom**
Fern Stroud*
Precious J. Stroud
Stroud Management Enterprise**
*Recurring Donors **In-kind Donors
2016-17 PARTNERS
Black Vines
East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC)
Black Teacher Project
National Black Programming Consortium
OUSD - African American Male Achievement
The Flower & The B
BlackFemaleProject is possible with the support of our community. As you plan your end of year giving, please consider making a contribution to BlackFemaleProject.
 
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THANK YOU!
Don't miss our curriculum preview
at our final gathering of the year:

BlackFemaleProject
Conversation


Saturday, December 2, 2017
10:00am to 12:00pm

ACES Foundation
  305 Washington Street, Suite 104
Oakland, CA

 
Sliding scale $5-$15 per person
 

The BlackFemaleProject Conversation Series provides a space where Black women are safe and can be vulnerable. Women talk openly about workplace experiences and share lessons learned and words of wisdom that inform, affirm and heal.

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In an effort to move conversations toward healing, we consider:
  • What strategies have we developed to thrive professionally?
  • What lessons have we learned?
  • How are we passing our knowledge to the girls who are coming behind us?

About BlackFemaleProject

Preparing the next generation of Black women
for the realities of the workplace
BlackFemaleProject prepares Black women to navigate the work world. We share lessons learned and words of wisdom from women who thrive in their careers and lives. As a result, in this post-affirmative action era, we interrupt the many impacts of structural racism through intergenerational conversation and community-building. 

Visit www.blackfemaleproject.org for more information.