Sisterhood Agenda, Inc. – Newark, NJ


Sisterhood Agenda was founded by Angela D. Coleman.

Sisterhood Agenda, Inc. is a global, award-winning nonprofit organization created to uplift and aid in the self-development of women and girls of African descent, a historically at-risk and traditionally underserved population.  Sisterhood Agenda serves over 3 million women and girls each year in over 30 countries.

Sisterhood Agenda creates and centralizes resources for females of African descent to address health, cultural, social, and economic needs through a variety of innovative approaches, publications, programs and services.

Sisterhood Agenda recognizes that the most effective programs often operate at the grassroots level.   Sisterhood Agenda’s social impact is expanded through partnerships with agencies, individuals and businesses throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean, United Kingdom, and Africa. Global Partners in the Diaspora create an extensive sisterhood network to empower girls and women of African descent to become powerful voices for positive change around the globe.

Sisterhood Agenda coordinates program replication and specializes in the development and application of positive, alternative media for women and girls of African descent.   Sisterhood Agenda publishes online media, Sisterhood Agenda Magazine, educational books, and curriculum guides to enlighten and empower women and girls with:

  • Sisterhood
  • Self-knowledge
  • Self-development, and
  • Self-esteem.

Sisterhood Agenda’s website

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  1. Crystal Featherstone, 7 years ago

    Is this a program where girls meet on a weekly basis? If so, what ages do you service?

  2. National MWM/Movements, 8 years ago

    Please note the December MWM Meeting will take place on Thurs. December 4, 2014

    The Million Woman Universal Movements
    of Newark, NJ
    Now, You Can Be A Part of History in the Making…
    Introducing The MWM “Direct Action” Plan for
    Power, Prosperity, and Peace

    This meeting will provide information regarding the development of the new Newark, NJ Chapter of the Million Woman U Movements in addition to the formation of its MWM “Community Advisory Board” and related “Task Force Committees”, AND the possibility of official MWM 18th Year Anniversary Commemoration events being held in Newark in 2015.
    Learn about this and more…..

    Community Briefing, Media Advisory, &
    “Meeting of the Mindz” Open Forum

    Date: Thurs. November 6, 2014
    Time: 6:30 PM
    Location: The Source of Knowledge
    867 Broad St. Newark, NJ

    Topics To Be Discussed Will Include

    National Conference and Rally To Fight Violence & Abuse of Women and Girls of African Descent (to be held in Washington, DC – USA)
    MWM 18th Year Anniversary Commemoration Events in Newark in 2015
    National Campaign for a Holiday for an Black/African American Woman
    “ONE I A MILLION” 2014-15 Support Membership Campaign
    MWM: United Nations “African Women’s North American Delegation”
    MWM “Direct Action” Plan & “BlacXPrint” 2020 ™
    “Lil’ Sistahs” and “Saving Our Daughters” Programs
    The Million Woman Party & The People’s Progressive Party
    The National Black Anti-Gentrification Network
    The African Women’s Army & Black Women’s Defense League
    MWM “Optimum Health & Healing” Program

    There are now a Variety of new MWM Memberships Available.

    Calling all interested: Vocalist, Spoken Word Artist, Musicians, Dancers, etc.
    Register NOW thru December 4, 2014 for the MWM Lil’ Sistahs“Talent Search” (7-18)

  3. Rakiyah Q. Reeves, 12 years ago

    I gather the D in your name stands for dynamic. I wish you continued blessings with your endeavors and I intend on connecting with your organization in a positive way. Be blessed! Sister in Charlotte, NC

  4. Angela D. Coleman, 12 years ago

    Hi Sisters,
    Thank you for your interest! Sisterhood Agenda is setting up its Global Training Academy in the U.S. Virgin Islands. We would love for you to be a part of it. You can join our network here: We could use volunteer Teacher/Mentors who are able to travel. We are also looking for graphic designer.

  5. Kelley Wilford, 12 years ago

    I have retired from law enforcement. I am now seeking a means to give back. Do u need any help/ volunteer. If, please contact.

  6. Katrina, 13 years ago

    Do you have meetings with the girls of newark and if so how can find out more information

  7. Devetricis Dorsey, 14 years ago

    I am planning steps to start my own non-profit and I thought to look into successful Afican American organizations and I am so inspired by the web-site of Sisterhood Agenda and look forword to the materials I’ve requested. I am also confident in my decision to join and becoming a doner.

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