WATCH VIDEOS FROM BLACK GIRL FREEDOM WEEK 2021
Black Girl Freedom Week is a celebration that centers the dreams, power, and leadership of Black girls to ensure a safe, free, and thriving future.
Hosted by Black Girl Freedom Fund, our inaugural Black Girl Freedom Week (February 14-20, 2021) was a week-long celebration of Black girls and gender-expansive youth, and what is possible when we invest abundantly in their dreams, their power, and their leadership, and work together to co-create a future where they are safe, free, and thriving.
And if you missed any of the inspirational, beautiful conversations, you can watch them again with these video links below:
Watch the Black Girl Freedom Week 2021 Videos
Hear how Ciara, Beverly Bond, Valerie Jarrett, Rashida Jones, Gabrielle Union and many others came together to publish an open letter on the 57th anniversary of the Birmingham church bombing, calling for $1 billion to secure a vibrant future for Black girls. Join Teresa C. Younger, President and CEO of Ms. Foundation for Women and Co-founder of Black Girl Freedom Fund and Tynesha McHarris, Founder of Black Harvest LLC.
How can we create safe communities for Black girls? Join the conversation with Black girl activists and Fatima Goss Graves, President and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center and co-founder of Black Girl Freedom Fund, who explore policy priorities that uphold justice for Black girls and their families.
Join L. Dara Baldwin, MPA, Director of National Policy of the Center for Disability Rights, Inc. in conversation with Cidra Sebastien, Manager of the Black Girl Freedom Fund, for a conversation about investing in abundant futures for Black girls with disabilities.
Join actress, producer, and activist Kelly McCreary for an artistic visioning session with Eva Reign (Marsha P. Johnson Institute), Danielle Nolen (A Long Walk Home) about the importance of narratives centering Black girlhood.
Conversation with Damala Denny, Organizing Manager at Girls for Gender Equity, about a national policy agenda for Black girls.