Black Women For Wellness is committed to healing, supporting and educating Black women and girls through health education, empowerment and advocacy.

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2018 Summit – May 5th & 6th

United State of Women

Speakers

Nourbese Flint
Nourbese Flint
Policy Director
Program Manager
BWW
Lashea Brown<br/>
Program Coordinator<br/>
Get Smart B4U<br/>
Get Sexy
Lashea Brown
Program Coordinator
Get Smart B4U
Get Sexy
Juana Rosa Cavero<br/>
Director<br/>
California Coalition<br/>
for Reproductive <br/>
Freedom
Juana Rosa Cavero
Director
California Coalition
for Reproductive
Freedom
Ruth Dawson
Ruth Dawson
Staff Attorney
ACLU SoCal
Lisa Fu
Lisa Fu
California Healthy
Nail Salon
Collaborative
Outreach and
Program Director
Martha Dina Arguella<br/>
Executive Director<br/>
Physicians for <br/>
Social Responsibility<br/>
Los Angeles (PSR-LA)
Martha Dina Arguella
Executive Director
Physicians for
Social Responsibility
Los Angeles (PSR-LA)
Marisa Chan
Marissa Chan
Environmental
Research and
Policy
Coordinator
at BWW

The event will engage women, girls, and allies from across the country through inspiring mainstage sessions, issue-breakouts, opportunities to connect with leading fellow changemakers, and an interactive center with organizations and women-owned businesses.

Attendees will fan out across Los Angeles to attend skills-based trainings or Community Teach-In’s hosted by a range of organizations that are making change on gender equity in Los Angeles.

BWW Publications Focusing on Environmental Work

14 ways

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Not in My Hair!

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Black Going Green

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Stylin' Safely Ergonomics

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Stylin' Safely Product Ingredients

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Stylin' Safely Eye Irritants

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Natural Evolutions Report: One Hair Story

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Toxic Free Beauty Checklist

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Behind the Chair

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Black Women for Wellness Reproductive Justice 2017 Highlights

Help Women's Reproductive Rights: Defend CPC Disclosure Laws

A current Supreme Court case about 'Crisis Pregnancy Centers' ('CPCs') could make it much harder for low-income pregnant women to learn about their options. CPCs present themselves as full-service women's health clinics, but are actually deceptive fronts for anti-choice organizations that mislead, frighten, and pressure women at an especially vulnerable time. 

Your contribution will help Black Women for Wellness and the Public Good Law Center--which has specialized expertise in the First Amendment issues that will decide the case--raise public awareness and prepare an important friend-of-the-court legal brief.

Please do what you can to support our fight to keep all reproductive options accessible for all women, regardless of finances and education.    

Black Women for Wellness Programs

Black Women for Wellness Sisters @ Eight

Sisters @ Eight

Sisters @ Eight is Black Women for Wellness’ community forum, which brings hot topics and major health and wellness issues to the forefront of public conversation.

Sisters in Control

Sisters in Control Reproductive Justice (SCRJ) project supports policy, utilizes programs, works with advisory councils, commissions and boards to secure reproductive justice for women and girls.

Black Women for Wellness Sisters with Options
Black Women for Wellness Sisters with Options

Sisters with Options

Sisters with Options provides strategies to empower and support women as advocates for themselves, their children and families in seeking and securing quality health services.

Sisters in Motion

Sisters in Motion is a program with goals to decrease the incidents of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity through education, lifestyle change, prevention and physical activity.

Black Women for Wellness Sisters in Motion