All Black Womxn Matter.

Black people who identify as Woman, Trans, Non-binary, Queer, elderly, spiritual, courageous, outrageous, religious, audacious, incarcerated, formerly incarcerated, serious, playful, disabled, creative, immigrant ... all Black Womxn are precious creations and are welcome to Soul 2 Soul Sisters.

Soul 2 Soul Sisters A Divine Black Feminine Experience

We are a grassroots, faith-filled, racial justice nonprofit organization based in Denver. We transform Colorado and beyond through Black Womxn-led programs focusing on Black Womxn's healing & health, reparations, Black voter engagement and ending anti-Black racism. Shaped by Womanist creative thought and theology, Soul 2 Soul Sisters is founded by two Black clergy Womxn, Rev. Tawana Davis and Rev. Dr. Dawn Riley Duval. Soul 2 Soul Sisters provides sacred space for Black Womxn to rest, be, share, and develop and implement plans for peace, power, healing and liberation.

Our Passion Black Womxn's Healing, Health & Joy

A precious aspect of Soul 2 Soul Sisters is we honor and support Black Girls and Black Womxn wherever they are in the broad spectrum of their reproductive journey i.e. healthy body-image, healthy partnered relationships, correct use of contraceptives, deciding when to have a baby, support with breastfeeding, navigating postpartum, deciding whether to have an abortion – Soul 2 Soul Sisters upholds abortion as a sacred, holy decision among Self, Divine, Universe, Ancestors and Chosen Beloveds #MyBody #MySacredDecision - or healing from a miscarriage. We love Black Womxn and Black Girls as we lead a love-based revolution.

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Soul 2 Soul Sisters A Divine Black Feminine Experience

We are a grassroots, faith-filled, racial justice nonprofit organization based in Denver. We transform Colorado and beyond through Black Womxn-led programs focusing on Black Womxn's healing & health, reparations, Black voter engagement and ending anti-Black racism. Shaped by Womanist creative thought and theology, Soul 2 Soul Sisters is founded by two Black clergy Womxn, Rev. Tawana Davis and Rev. Dr. Dawn Riley Duval. Soul 2 Soul Sisters provides sacred space for Black Womxn to rest, be, share, and develop and implement plans for peace, power, and liberation.

Our Passion Black Womxn's Healing, Health & Joy

A precious aspect of Soul 2 Soul Sisters is we honor and support Black Girls and Black Womxn wherever they are in the broad spectrum of their reproductive journey i.e. healthy body-image, healthy partnered relationships, correct use of contraceptives, deciding when to have a baby, support with breastfeeding, navigating postpartum, deciding whether to have an abortion – Soul 2 Soul Sisters upholds abortion as a sacred, holy decision among Self, Divine, Universe, Ancestors and Chosen Beloveds #MyBody #MySacredDecision - or healing from a miscarriage. We love Black Womxn and Black Girls as we lead a love-based revolution.

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OUR PROGRAMS

FOCUSING ON BLACK HEALING  &  BLACK LIBERATION

Self-Love Saturdays for Black Womxn

These are loving, intergenerational, judgement-free convenings of 40-50 Black Womxn of varied faith/religious/spiritual traditions. During our time together, Black Womxn hold sacred space for Black Trans Womxn as we all share about varying liberative themes that assist Black Womxn in our individual and collective healing journeys.

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Sacred Seeds Black Doula Collective of Colorado

Sacred Seeds Black Doula Collective of Colorado has 15 Black doulas who live in cities across Colorado. For new and seasoned doulas, we provide sacred space for cultivating support, relationships, and personal and professional development as the doulas journey with Black birthing persons, infants, and their families.

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HERstory

We document and amplify Black Womxn’s narratives about their lives and experiences. In HERstory video series, Black Womxn share deeply regarding various topics i.e. living during the COVID-19 pandemic, the joys of being a Black Womxn, abortion experiences, reparations, pleasure, rest, and much more.

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Reparations

Reparations as economic justice and healing justice are interwoven in our racial justice approach. We name and dismantle the U.S.A.’s multigenerational sin of enslaving Black people, historic and present-day systemic racial plunder, and this country’s racial wealth chasm as evidence that reparations to Black people are right and righteous, right NOW.

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Facing Racism

Facing Racism is our ending anti-Black racism/ending white supremacy culture programming. We host cohorts for individuals, Facing Racism cohorts for organizations (Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion-JEDI) and a Facing Racism Alumni program.

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Let My People Vote is a bold, Black Womxn-led, collaborative, electoral justice program with New Era Colorado. As we focus on enfranchising all voting-age Black people, Let My People Vote also hosts sacred gatherings that center continuing Black Womxn's healing from generations of electoral violence against Black people.

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