Administrative Documents

Dublin Core

Title

Administrative Documents

Subject

The collection contains the administrative, planning, organizing, and event documents and photographs from the Womanist Working Collective since its founding in 2015. The collective The Womanist Working Collective is a social action and support collective for Black womyn (both cis & trans), femmes & gender non-conforming folks. Our Community of Practice unapologetically centers our Quality of Life and livelihoods through Community Organizing, Philanthropy and Self-care.

Description

The collection contains the administrative, planning, organizing, and event documents and photographs from the Womanist Working Collective since its founding in 2015. The collective The Womanist Working Collective is a social action and support collective for Black womyn (both cis & trans), femmes & gender non-conforming folks. Our Community of Practice unapologetically centers our Quality of Life and livelihoods through Community Organizing, Philanthropy and Self-care.

Creator

Womanist Working Collective organizers (LaTierra Phiphus, Okichie Davis, Cierra Freeman)

Publisher

Womanist Working Collective

Date

2015-Present(2020)

Language

English

Collection Items

Topics that occur are: Volunteer engagement, Mission Possible, Inc., Retreat, Time Bank, Co-op, Book Club, Bread & Roses Grant, Speed Dating Event,

Aspiring Accomplices
A short guide for 'accomplices' and the Womanist Working Collective and other like-minded organizations and marginalized individuals. The flyer is inspired by The Black and Brown Workers Collective.

Quotes of Paulo Fierra, Fannie Lou Hammer, Audre Lorde, Angela Davis, Jesse Williams, Raquel Willis, Black & Brown Workers Collective, and James Baldwin use to give voice and to political and social realities of Black, Brown, and queer folk.

A brief bio contextualizing the background and influences LaTierra uses to inspire her work and activism. This bio was for a feature for CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia

A description of different types and genres of Womanists along with popular figures as examples

Womanist Working Collective Bylaws
The Bylaws document outlines the guiding principles of the collective. The Womanist Working Collective is a social action and support collective for Black womyn (both cis & trans), femmes & gender non-conforming folks. Our ​Community of Practice…

Open Letter to the members of the Philly Women Rally
An open letter to the members and organizers of the Women's March in Philadelphia in 2017. The letter outlines that the reason for the boycott is the proximity and collaboration between the organizers and the police. The justification for this call…

Women's HERstory Month
Womanist Working Collective and Sister Circle Collective's Women's HERstory Month social media graphic 2016

Audre Lorde Social Media Post
"Without community, There is no liberation" -Audre Lorde
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