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This is the FIRST Sisters Talk-Pan African Festival. Be part  of making history!

There are few spaces available to women, especially of the African diaspora, who face sexism and racism, where they can discuss and share their experiences and celebrate their achievements.

This festival is a safe space for black Pan-African women from across the globe to explore issues about, mental health, well-being, arts, entrepreneurship, and community issues.  It is a safe space to be unapologetically themselves, speak out and loud, share experiences, celebrate and inspire each other in becoming the best versions of themselves. This is a lifetime opportunity to meet and bond with other sisters, build personal and business linkages here and abroad.

We invite motivational speakers and successful women in business, voluntary sector to come and speak about their achievements and experiences, share knowledge and talk about their journey.

With workshops to explore self-image, self-love their mental and physical health and entrepreneurship. Discussion groups on issues and practices and barriers black women face in their communities and meet new people and widen their network. There will also be an opportunity for the ladies to showcase or sell/ display their products/services. Explore wealth creation throu  Pan-African business opportunities here and abroad.

Keynote: Yumetta T. Beysolow, MSW, MBA Certified Speaker, Coach & Trainer

“Black Women ( Women Of Color) in the Diaspora Creating and Sustaining Healthy Communities through Self Care, Personal Growth and Entrepreneurship”

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The tickets include lunch and refreshments on the day.

We have also started a campaign on to allow 100 women on low income to attend free of charge and pay for speakers, and artists.