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SOLD OUT - BlackFemaleProject Conversation


SOLD OUT - BlackFemaleProject Conversation

Join us for a rich discussion about the strategies and techniques that Black women use to thrive in the workplace.

  • What strategies have we developed to thrive professionally?

  • What lessons have we learned?

  • How are we passing knowledge to the girls coming behind us?

The project focuses on preparing black girls and young women for what they will face in the workplace. For more information, visit the project website at www.BlackFemaleProject.

Create a safe space where women can come together to talk about workplace experiences, affirm one another, and discuss topics related to the BlackFemaleProject.

Attendees will:

  • understand the BlackFemaleProject purpose

  • be encouraged and supported

  • gain deeper knowledge of how institutional racism shows up at work


  • Gratitude

  • Welcome

  • Project update

  • Introduce discussion topics

  • Conversation

  • Closing ritual

Parking & Building Info

  • Located in Jack London Square area of Oakland

  • Metered street parking available

  • Free street parking available a few blocks in any direction

  • Parking lots available in the area

  • Please plan ahead

  • Once you arrive, ring bell at front door on Washington Street and follow signs to Suite 104


  • Water will be provided.

  • Bring a snack to the session, if needed.

*Help us continue to offer impactful affordable programming by supporting the Conversation Series financially. 

Consent to Use of Images
Ticket purchase and attendance at, or participation in, BlackFemaleProject events constitutes an agreement by the attendee to the use and distribution of their image or voice in photography, video, and recording by BlackFemaleProject its partners and sponsors.

About Us
The BlackFemaleProject aims to prepare girls and young women for the realities of the work world by introducing stories of triumph and perseverance. Real women with satisfying careers discuss navigation strategies that help them maintain professional leadership. By studying how Black women have survived and thrived in a post affirmative action era, we will reduce the impact of structural racism and empower a generation.


Earlier Event: July 16
Summer Soirée