Updated: Sep 2
In an effort to highlight community organizations that have long been doing the work, Sacrosanct is excited to feature the WOC Sister Collective!
The WOC Sister Collective’s vision is to create community, connection, and collaboration with & through sisterhood. It is a platform for BIWOC and womxn identified to share their gifts, find their voice, and step into their power.
Our mission is to create a place where we are free to be ourselves, to be vulnerable, & to speak our truth while being held in a safe and brave space created by and for BIWOC Womxn.
Based in Los Angeles, the WOC Sister Collective holds circles and workshops to empower BIWOC through community healing. Pre-COVID, the Eastside Cafe Womyn's Circle Collective was held twice a month and facilitated by Purple and Margo, the "radical chingonas who make the circle happen."
Their social media presence is dedicated to amplifying informational graphics on current events and serve as a gathering space for community organizing.
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