#FreeFroFebruary- Self-Rejection to Self-Acceptance

Self-Rejection is a feeling manifested from not being wanted or deemed imperfect that resulting in  low self-esteem. We live in a society where we are constantly bombarded with messages of self-love and self-care while projecting ideas of beauty and perfection onto the very people that we are telling to love themselves as they are. Most […]

SHE Sisters and #MeTooforTeens

On Saturday March 3, 2018 SHE Sisters had the opportunity to engage with another young women’s empowerment organization, Cause the Effect- Young Feminist Ambassadors. Our girls observed a panel discussion where several women shared their experiences with sexual harassment and offered some realistic approaches to protecting oneself when faced with this dilemma. SHE Sisters got […]

Paul Hall Community Center Banquet

On December 3, 2017 SHE Sisters had the opportunity to put their hearts to work in service to the community through Paul Hall Community Center’s Annual Charity Banquet. SHE Sisters served as greeters and servers to some of Chicago’s most influential community leaders on the south side.  SHE Sisters exuded exemplary patience and grace as […]

SHE practices INTEGRITY

Welcome, SHE sisters from afar, to our topic of the month! This month’s focus has been INTEGRITY. We’ve explored integrity through all three strands to identify how it folds into our everyday lives. Our SHE Sisters have learned that integrity is a character trait that follows them through every facet of life. It begins on […]

3 Tips to Make Your Cold Weather Transition a Success!!!

Moisturize, Moisturize, MOISTURIZE! There is less moisture in the air during the Fall and Winter seasons, so our skin tends to become much drier than normal. To prevent dry patches, flakiness, and itchy skin, be sure to use a nourishing moisturizer, like organic coconut oil, in the colder months. If you’re prone to acne or […]

HBCU College Fair 11.11.17

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) are known for providing culturally relevant education experiences for people from all walks of life. HBCU ‘s have exemplified black excellence on over 40 campuses throughout the United States and are home to countless affluent African Americans. These institutions are significantly underrepresented when colleges and universities are recruiting students. […]