100+ projects across the diaspora
African Atlantic Fund
Fostering Futures, Funding Dreams
Helping African & African diasporic women never doubt that they are Valuable & Powerful
The Daughters of the African Atlantic engineers transcontinental co-working spaces where African and African diasporic women collaborate on creative and innovative solutions to their economic, familial, social, and political needs using scholarly and practical resources within religion and theology.
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To date, The Daughters has brought over five hundred black women together across lines of difference. Yet counting!
We organize inclusive events for Women & Girls
November 28, 2023
Giving Tuesday 2023
Dear Daughters and Friends,
We have been so encouraged by our donors for the last ten years since our founding in 2013! We look forward to your continued support while also hoping to connect with new donors to our organization this Giving Tuesday November 28, 2023. Through our health and educational initiatives in the U.S., Ghana, and South Africa, we empower young women and girls to explore their own value and power.
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We have been so encouraged by our donors for the last ten years since our founding in 2013! We look forward to your continued support
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29 June, 2020
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5 May, 2020
DO NO HARM, written by Dallas-based writer/actress/producer, Anyika McMillan-Herod, co-founder of Soul Rep Theatre…