We recently held a workshop on immigration mindfulness and it could not have come at a more significant time. Many of our community members are experiencing anxiety, stress, and uncertainty, about the fate of their time in our country. Our Guest Speaker, Immigration Attorney Hopie Ranoa provided us with some helpful facts as well as space to consider our stance on the issue. Sol Sisters stands with its community. We will do our part to get educated and provide education on this as well as other issues that threaten the safety and well-being of our brothers and sisters. We encourage you to do the same.
What is childhood trauma? Perhaps parents who divorced, parental abandonment, death of a loved one, physical abuse, neglect, rape, molestation, verbal abuse, etc.
Sol Sisters invited women in our community to join us for an informational and transformational workshop to talk about the impacts of childhood trauma and explored healing solutions. Many thanks Beats Rhymes and Life for providing the space to cultivate safe conversation about a challenging topic.
Sol Sisters partnered with panel experts who are immersed in CSEC work (commercially sexually exploited children) to discuss the prevalence of this issue in our communities within the Bay Area and beyond. In preparation for the Revival IV with M.I.S.S.S.E.Y. (Motivating, Inspiring, Supporting & Serving Sexually Exploited Youth).