Unity In Color is an artistic humanitarian photography series. San Francisco has joined other cities around the world to support this project which stands for the ideals in which the Million Woman March represented. The idea is to produce a very strong image visually that shows our solidarity in this time. This is about celebrating women and standing together publicly.
Sol Sisters visited Sacramento, CA to support WEAVE, Inc's Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, the international men's march to stop rape, sexual assault & gender violence. This event happens all over the world throughout the year with thousands in attendance to support this fight.
These men put on their best heels and walked the streets of our State's Capitol City!
Selfie quote — “Chiquita pero picosa” Her Inner Light - seeing the good in everyone regardless of where she is from or what she has done Her message to women everywhere — “Love the person that you are. Yesterday has made us. And we are mighty, awesome, beautiful.”
Read the full interview from Cheng-Lin for Herliograph
February we celebrate black history but let's pay tribute to the black women making history right now! These women are breaking glass ceilings and stereotypes, making big moves in the entertainment industry and starting movements all over the country.
“I learned that an artist is not necessarily someone who has studied art, but one who has something to say, and the courage to say it. I’ve learned that an artist is someone who makes art to save her life.” – Marlene Azoulai
It’s 2017 now and after eleven years as a full-time Registered Dental Assistant, I decided to leave my job. As a result in taking this leap of faith, I recently got the keys to my own art gallery/open space. The timing couldn’t be more perfect for Sol Sisters to have asked me to write about the correlation of art and healing.