Fathers and Daughters Building Bridges Investing In Our Daughters Starting the Conversation

Open to all ethnic groups, this training is specific to Fathers and Daughters.From the moment little girls are born, fathers play a key role in the psychological development of their daughters. This course is designed to offer an opportunity for fathers and daughter discover new things about one another, review safety tips, learn about the fate of daughters as it relates to sexual and domestic violence from an early age, discuss current & future relationships strategies, discover collaborative organizational and leadership skills, and to increase communication and listening skills between one another for healthier relationships throughout life.

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Returning to Work Ready and Revived for Success

This training is open to organizations and small groups with a desire to help victimized survivors re-entering the work place with confidence and self-worth. Returning to work can be challenging at times. We will address the following topics: Building your Resume ~ How to Get the Interview ~ Dressing for Success ~ Navigating the Interview ~ Financial Empowerment and Literacy.

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The Naked Truth

Designed for dialogue, this training is intended to introduce businesses, leaders, and employees, to the cyclical patterns that impacts the historically traumatized American Black woman. We will discuss and reflect on personal accounts of bias and prejudice, view the impact of balancing intersectionality, and connect the dots between the histories of the American Black victimized survivor and intergenerational trauma.

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Designed to increase the knowledge and understanding of issues surrounding the impact of trauma that the American Black women faces in the workplace, shelters, home, schools, etc.



Self-Directed Online Course Investing in our daughter.




Analyzing your personal ACE score and discussing best practices on being more informed about the impact of stresses such as racism, sexism, sexuality, etc. on children and marginalized populations.


Framework designed to assist survivors with re-entering society and the workplace
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The Stories of Black & Black-Biracial Men’s Initiative

How Spaces Define Masculinity As a Black mother, the murder of George Floyd and countless other black men led me to speak up and say, ” enough is enough.” This initiative is to lift up Black men’s voices and their experiences in American and will work towards centering Black voices. It means understanding the environment and spaces that impact their masculinity and focus on the intersection between masculinity and the treatment of women. We will have the honor to hear from 3 Black men who will start the conversation. Facilitator: Carol J. Matthews-Shifflett – MA Community Leaderhip-BA; Cultural Anthropology

Victimized Men

If you are a male victimized survivor of sexual assault and violence please visit the 1in6 website.


By Tony Porter

At TEDWomen, Tony Porter makes a call to men everywhere: Don’t “act like a man.” Telling powerful stories from his own life, he shows how this mentality, drummed into so many men and boys, can lead men to disrespect, mistreat and abuse women and each other. His