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“The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman.”
—Malcolm X, 1962.

Amazing that this quote is still relevant 62 years later. 


What is  BW3L? 

    The recent attacks on Black women within higher educational institutions have highlighted the need for intentional affinity spaces for Black female leaders.  While these attacks are not new, social media provides an opportunity to see anti-Black female racism enacted in the palm of our hands.  Black women, already disrespected, unprotected, and neglected, must be in affinity as a concrete strategy to manage racial trauma; the toll of working and living within white supremacist systems leaves very little room for Black women to breathe. Dr. Rachelle Rogers-Ard uses her own Black Female Leadership Framework to curate an unapologetic space for Black women to share, learn, empathize, and receive transformative support to address intersectional racism.

1- Year Program 

 Experience an exhilarating 12-month journey packed with four electrifying sessions! Dive into the action with two dynamic in-person gatherings, complemented by two immersive remote learning experiences, personalized to suit the individual needs and goals of your organization

2- Day Intensive 

Choose a dynamic 2-day intensive packed with high-energy learning bursts, tailored precisely to address your organization's unique challenges and objectives, empowering participants to thrive in their leadership roles.


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