Global Educational Empowerment for 100,000 Girls

by Sisterhood Agenda, Inc.
Sep 18, 2011

Getting Ready for Sisterhood 2012

Sisterhood Agenda recently relocated its administrative office on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Now, the offices are much closer to town with easier access to services and St. Thomas.  

Sisterhood Agenda’s inaugural global sisterhood conference is scheduled for November 2012 in St. Thomas.  Monthly planning committee meetings are taking place via webinar to ensure representation and inclusion for a successful event.  Currently, committee members can participate via telephone and/or using computers.  Geographic representation for planning committee meetings included participants from the U.S., Uganda, Senegal, and India.

Sisterhood Agenda is hopeful about using technology for all of its global constituents to access both planning meetings and the annual conference event via videoconference.

The inaugural global sisterhood conference event is sure to be an exciting one with multi-general, global participation and local support.  

Sisterhood Agenda held a Sisterhood/Brotherhood Career & Life Skills Training Summer Program in St. Thomas this past summer.  The 4-week program, sponsored by the VI Department of Labor, engaged 13 youth who successfully completed the program.  Activities included mentoring, debate, job fair participation, completing employment applications, interview skills, field trips, and guest speakers. Due to its success, Sisterhood Agenda plans to implement the program throughout the school year in local VI schools, collaborating with local nonprofits.

Sisterhood Agenda’s Sisterhood Empowerment Project includes A Journey Toward Womanhood and the Positive Media project. 

A Journey Toward Womanhood
Sisterhood Agenda is coordinating local A Journey Toward Womanhood

Programming with support from the VI Department of Human Services.  In addition, Sisterhood Agenda’s A Journey Toward Womanhood program was recommended for funding for implementation in the Virgin Islands starting 2012. Sisterhood Agenda continues to share its curriculum information with agencies around the globe for international program replication with local adaptation.

Positive Media
There are exciting developments with the creation of positive, new, alternative media that uplifts women and girls of African descent.  Sisterhood Agenda is coordinating its Positive Media project with the organization’s webmaster, universities, nonprofit agencies of interest, and a media Global Partner located in the Washington, DC area, See Your Worth Productions.  A completely new website is currently being constructed with an emphasis on Positive Media.  Sisterhood Agenda is filming public service announcements, coordinating the Sisterhood Agenda Show, and creating other new media content.  While the new website is completed, Sisterhood Agenda updates its YouTube site with new Positive Media content: 


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Organization Information

Sisterhood Agenda, Inc.

Location: St. John, Virgin Islands - Virgin Islands
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Angela D. Coleman
St. John, Virgin Islands

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