Harriet’s Troop

Harriet’s Troop is an online weekly summer program created to guide young Black peoples’ introduction and exploration into Black feminisms through a series of creative lessons, readings, activities, movie watch parties, and other interactions.

Harriet’s Troop

Harriet’s Troop is an online weekly summer program created to guide young Black peoples’ introduction and exploration into Black feminisms through a series of creative lessons, readings, activities, movie watch parties, and other interactions.

July 2020 BFF launched the inaugural class. The program spanned 5 weeks and featured Friday virtual meetups, guest speakers, and weekly watch parties. The program was developed in partnership with Amanda R. Fudge, Unita Blackwell Young Women’s Leadership Institute, Angelica Crespo, The Womanhood Project, Zuri GordonThe Womanhood Project, Michelin Lemonier, vIBE Theater.

In October 2020 we launched Harriet’s Troop: Into the Diaspora. The program was in partnership with Institut Diversity Equity Inclusion (IDEI) in Haiti, the program had 51 participants from both the U.S. and Haiti to build community and share experiences with Black Feminisms from a transnational lens. Each participant had an overseas partner, who worked to create a final project that explores how we understand and apply Black feminisms in our own borders and beyond.

Black feminisms

gets us free

Black Feminist Future (BFF) is a member-centered organization and our members help inform our work, campaigns, and initiatives. At BFF, we’re centering leadership development, community care, and joy in order to build the political and social power that we need to win concrete changes in our lives, community, and beyond.

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