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WHEW Upcoming Events

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More Than A Woman:
The Untold Stories of Influential Women

Meet the panelists from the More Than A Women event that took place at TSU  (Texas University) where young students heard it from the most influential women of our time who can inspire our upcoming generation to do great things!
In no particular order: 
Judge Ashely Mayes Guice, Chavon Carr 'ESQ', Shevann Steuben, Busi Peters Maughan, Stacy Allen Barrow 'ESQ', Takasha L. Francis 'ESQ'.

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Thank you to the NAACP Committee for putting on the More Than A Women event at TSU (Texas University). Our Hosts for the evening: Unit Preseident Makayla Chase, W.I.N Chair JohnJuana Fisher, and Press & Publicity Chair Amya Parish-Crisp did an excellent job on the presentation, questions and keeping the event on schedule. Round of applause ladies! Keep up the amazing work.

BEAH Ripple: Sexual Healing Grief Ritual

The “Relationship Building Women Only” project is a continuum of WHEW’S previous work to address gatekeepers, the ideals of being saved or manipulated by men, and the process of working with agency. Not competing to occupy space, each being encouraged to be their full self. For a labor-intensive analysis of self.

Sixteen (16) artists i.e. dancers, poets, singers, drummers, etc., (8 Melanin dominant, 8 Caucasian) to be emotionally naked and uncomfortable, like a pregnant woman willing to go through the various stages of labor to give birth to a new day starting with divine and genuine relationships amongst women. 

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WHEW Community

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The Second Chance Conference 

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Women / Men Only Discussion Group

Connect The Dot's Workshops

The initial creation for these discussion groups was for the purpose of providing a safe space for women and men to have a separate space to discuss issues that examines what it means to be a woman/man, conversations about sexuality, and the historical factors that have affected the relationship between woman and men called the 9 S’s​ to determine the root causes and solutions to:

  • Stop

  • Silence

  • Shame &

  • Secrets

in sexually deviant behavior and instead:

  • Start

  • Solutions

  • Sacred

  • Spirit &

  • Security

the work to eradicate sexual abuse.

Conducted in October to honor Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we use the art form of showcasing a themed series of films followed by a panel discussion of professionals, activists, educators, and others who are versed with the knowledge of the topic that is the focal point for that year’s conference. All films, topics, and panel discussions relate to and connect the dots to the varying intersecting issues that pertain to the challenges of being formerly incarcerated, and how it relates to domestic violence, and homelessness.

Connects the dots between the relationship w/self, stereotypical ideas promoted in media, lack of self-awareness, and cultural pride, Domestic Violence, Hip Hop and Prison Culture, and Reentry Workshops WHEW’s primary “products” are dissecting and building relationship workshops on the local-global for the purpose of connecting multiple components at the root of prison and hip-hop culture. ion goes here

The Extraordinary Elders Film Project - (EEFP)

Many Melanin dominant and Indigenous /BIPOC senior citizens in the Houston area have focused their lives on helping and sharing their wisdom with others.

Unfortunately, only those who have encountered these individuals in person have benefited from their influence, most of these elders have no online presence and are relatively unknown. The Extraordinary Elders Film Project (EEFP) seeks to address this problem by sharing their amazing life stories through the medium of short-form documentary before they fade into ubiquity undocumented. This in turn will allow their presence to continue to be influential to future generations beyond the scope of their immediate presences and life spans. More importantly, this project promotes intergenerational relationships. Younger folks ranging in age were selected to conduct interviews with the elders.

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