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First Annual African Women’s Solidarity & Appreciation Day

First Annual African Women’s Solidarity & Appreciation Day
Posted By: Elynor Moss on October 06, 2017

Women of African Descent Worldwide, Globally, Internationally.

This is OUR DAY to something for Ourselves.

As announced at the United Nations in March 2016…now

A Worldwide Gathering to Unify African Women throughout the Diaspora and to Implement the Global Strike to Bring Attention and (DIRECT ACTIONS) for the Fight Against ALL Forms of **** and Abuses of Females of African Descent regardless to nationality, social status, age and religion throughout the Diaspora and for the further Building of the Global Africana Women’s Sistahood and the Independent Pan African Women’s Federation Wed. October 25th 2017

A Day for Women and Girls of African Descent to Build, Bond, Blossom, & Bloom A Time To Embrace the Value of Oneself, The Greatness of Our Ancestors, To Appreciate One Another, and To Be Spiritually Renewed. A Day of Recommitment, Resurrection Rejuvenation, and Restoration

NO WORK, NO SCHOOL & NO ACTIVITY THAT IS NOT UPLIFTING, EMPOWERING, EDIFYING FOR OUR SISTERS AND NO SPENDING OF A PENNY, DIME, OR DOLLAR unless it is with ONE ANOTHER.



Standing Together, Globally, To Take “Direct Action” To End ALL Forms Of Gender Related **** and ****
AND “TAKING BACK OUR LIVES”

Some of the Suggested Activities for the African Women’s Appreciation Day
Salute/Tribute to Black/African Women
Quilt Projects
Prison Pen Pal Project
Arts and Crafts Projects
Poetry Readings/Slams/Spoken Word
Art/Photo Exhibit
Book Discussions
Forums, Symposiums, Seminars
Black/African Women’s Film Fest African Women’s Business Expo’s & Marketplace
A Pamper/Spa Day- Take Care of U
Visit/Do Something at a Women’s Shelter
Coordinate a Special Program at a Women’s Correctional
Visit with Black/African Women Elders
Black/African Women’s Arts and Culture Showcases
Host a Girls Sleep Over Black Girl REAL Talk Sessions Strategy Sessions for (Plans of) ACTION

The Union of A Million (Plus) African Women will soon be working together, worldwide, to help bring forward at least three (3) major Summits by the year 2020

The International “African Women’s World Leadership & Power” Summits

Featuring: Self-Determination & Human/Natural Rights Programs & Concerts

“Building Real African Woman Sisterhood, Honoring of Ancestors, and Uplifting/Empowering and Obtaining Justice for Our People”

For more information contact: The National Offices of MWM
Email: nationalmwm@aol.com or nationalmwminfo@gmail.com

or call: 267-636-3802

Donate: https://www.gofundme.com/mwm20oneinamillio...

Be a Volunteer/Coordinator: http://millionwomanmarch20.com/join-the-mi...

Become a Support Member: http://millionwomanmarch20.com/campaign/on...

#mwm20 #mwmepic #originalmillionwomanmarch #africanwomensolidarity #blackwomensolidarity #realblackwoman


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