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The Katie Geneva Cannon Center for Womanist Leadership nurtures the soul of Black women as they cultivate pathways to whole communities.
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This is Woman's Work: The Worth and Witness of Womanism in Times Like These! Join womanist scholars speak out of the urgency and import of the times and proclaim hope in the midst of the pandemic. Register TODAY!
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership May 28
Black Womxn are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Join Soul 2 Soul Sisters in supporting hard-working moms, inspiring entrepreneurs, and lady bosses who inspire our communities and make the world go ‘round.
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership May 21
Conference Planning is underway! We need your input to prepare the best conference for you in light of COVID19 related health matters, safety issues, and budgetary concerns! It takes 5 minutes to complete! Thank you!
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KineticsLive May 12
KATIE GENEVA CANNON SCHOLARSHIP FUND MERIT SCHOLARSHIP -
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership May 12
So excited to announce the Katie Geneva Cannon Scholar Merit Award . Scholarships support incoming students w/100% full tuition + stipend for the duration of ThM, MDiv, MACE, or dual degree programs in Charlotte in 2020 and Richmond in 2021.
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership May 7
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 30
KGCCWL premieres Just Womanist Miniseries on YouTube!!! Tune in to watch womanist artists, writers, and scholars reflect on living into the work their soul must have -
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Lakisha R. Lockhart, Ph.D. Apr 30
Beyond honored to sit down with the brilliant Rev to talk about the “work my sound must have” at The Katie Geneva Cannon Center for a Womanist Leadership.
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Wabash Center Apr 24
Sign up for our next Wabash Webinar: Self Care As We Care For One Another, with Dr. Marsha Foster Boyd () and Dr. Stephanie Crumpton ().
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 22
Speaking of , have you checked out Prayers For the Brown Girl devotional resource by . Check it out here:
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Khristi Lauren Adams Apr 22
A few months ago I had a chance to sit down with & we chatted about and black girls being made in the image of God. Here’s a clip but you can watch the entire interview live tonight at 8pm on their FB page!
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 22
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Follow KGCCWL on FB centerforwomanistleadership to check out the premiere!
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 22
TONIGHT at 8pm EDT! Excited to premiere the interview with author discussing her new book, Parable of the Brown Girl. The Just Womanist digital series features womanist authors, artists, activists, scholars, practitioners living into the work their soul must have.
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 20
Looking forward to this exciting conversation @URProfWalker
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 11
So true it is the generational knowledge that bridges us over!!
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provocateur Apr 11
ALWAYS!!!! And our stories must be told. The next generations well-being depends on it.
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 11
The Clark Sisters are the most celebrated female group in Gospel Music history. A story we all need to know, see, hear, and learn. Thank you for tuning in and tweeting with us...Holy Saturday indeed!
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Black Girl Stream Apr 11
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 11
Mental breaks, suicide attempt, surgery gone wrong, burned out/ overburdened, grief, trauma...Black women’s wellness is always a matter of life and death!
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TheKatieGenevaCannonCenterforWomanistLeadership Apr 11
“I’m not a soft woman. I push and I push. I wanted you to be great!” ~Dr. Mattie Moss Clark. Katie Cannon taught us Black women have never had the luxury of being dainty in a hostile world.
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