Why We Work- SisterLove, Inc
SisterLove, Inc Founder and President Dázon Dixon Diallo discusses her mission to eradicate the adverse impacts of HIV in marginalized communities REGISTER: 12/3-12/5 Dázon at WomenNOW! https://rebrand.ly/WNDurban FOLLOW: WomenNOW @womennowworld LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/sisterloveinc https://linktr.ee/womennowworld
Repro Justice Week: Abortion Access in the South
In the wake of the recent ban on abortions in Texas, it's more important than ever for us to educate and organize ourselves and use our voices to protect our rights. Join Akayla Galloway, our If/When/How Policy and Advocacy Program Fellow, and Aimee Registe, our Policy and Advocacy Program Manager will participate in an interactive conversation about the implications of Texas’ SB8 abortion ban on abortion access in Georgia and throughout the South, and how you can join our movement to protect the bodily autonomy of women. Read our Statement about the Texas Abortion Ban and how you can use your voice to protect for your rights. https://www.sisterlove.org/post/texas-abortion-law Learn more about our Policy and Advocacy Program: https://www.sisterlove.org/pap #RJWOA21 #HEAROURVOICES #LISTENTOBLACKWOMEN #TRUSTBLACKWOMEN #BlackRJ #SisterLoveInc #abortionaccess #MybodyMychoice #BansOffMyBody
For Immediate Release: Social Justice Communicators
For Immediate Release is a podcast that pulls together the social justice communicators that bring attention to the most important issues is a way that is effective, engaging, and inspiring. The first episode features Racine Tucker-Hamilton of In Our Own Voice: Black Woman's Reproductive Justice Agenda, Nikki Metzgar, formerly of National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum, LaTroya Hester of Center for Black Health and Equity, and SisterLove, Inc.'s own Sybil Miller, all Directors of Communication at their respective organizations. These powerful voices discuss the challenges and opportunities of communicating social messages in a timely and relevant way. Be sure to like, share, and subscribe! In Our Own Voice: Black Woman's Reproductive Justice Agenda: https://blackrj.org/ National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum: https://napawf.org The Center for Black Health and Equity: https://centerforblackhealth.org SisterLove, Inc https://sisterlove.org
Celebrate Pride: Conversations on on Queer Identity, Sexuality, and Reproductive Justice
Join SisterLove’s Law and Policy Fellow, Aimee Registe, as she sits with Alex Moody of Spark RJ and Black #LGBT advocate Adrian Xpression to discuss the intersections of race, sexuality, and queer identity. We go live at 1pm on Facebook Live!
Let’s Talk About Sex: Contraceptives in the LGBTQIA+ Community
In honor of #PrideMonth, SisterLove’s Dr. Tamara Rose (insert IG handle) and Rio Perkins sit down for the next chapter of our Let’s Talk About Sex series. This time, we will focus on the use of contraceptives in the LGBTQIA+ community, an often-overlooked topic.
Everyone Has a Story: Intro with Dázon Dixon Diallo
SisterLove launches "Everyone Has a Story", a series of short vignettes expressing the wisdom and experiences of Leading HIV+ women. The stories of these women paint the poignant and sometimes humorous picture of the informative thoughts and musings of life with HIV through the eyes of everyday mothers, daughters, sisters and lovers. For more information about the "Everyone Has a Story", visit www.sisterlove.org or email email@example.com Thanks for viewing and I look forward to your comments! . This project is funded and supported by Merck & Co. Follow us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/SisterLoveInc Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SisterLoveInc Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/SisterLoveInc Follow us on LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/company/sisterlove-inc./ Check out our website: https://sisterlove.org