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Saturday, June 16 • 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Dear Black Women: The Power of Black Women Affirming Themselves

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When is the last time you felt seen, heard, affirmed by yourself and in community with other Black women? The session will be an Affirmation Circle where Black women write and read affirmation letters from Black women, make connections and share stories and insights. Participants will walk away feeling seen, heard, and affirmed and with an anthology of affirmations from Black women, as well as information on how to continue with the Dear Black Women movement.

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Florence Noel

Florence Noel, affectionately called Flo, is a Haitian-American global citizen born and raised in New York. Flo’s passion is to leverage the resources, talents and knowledge she has to support efforts for the healing and liberation of Black and Brown people all over the world, particularly cis and trans women and children. She is founder of Dear Black Women, an affirmation movement for Black women, and has over 10 years experience in the education technology space in New York City. She is currently pursuing her MBA and MSI (Human Computer Interaction/Social Computing) at the University of Michigan and singing and rapping in her band when she can., Dear Black Women
Florence Noel, affectionately called Flo, is a Haitian-American global citizen born and raised in New York. Flo's passion is to leverage the resources, talents and knowledge she has to support efforts for the healing and liberation of Black and Brown people all over the world, particularly... Read More →


Saturday June 16, 2018 6:00pm - 8:00pm
STATE HALL: Room 127

Attendees (122)