Join SPARK on January 24 as we kick off #WokeWednesdays. Join us at the Capitol steps for some lunchtime activism. Come learn about what’s going on at the Capitol and make your voice heard for Reproductive Justice!
HUGE THANKS for all who joined us yesterday at the Center for Civil and Human Rights for the In Our Own Voice Policy Brief on The State Of Black Women and Reproductive Justice. The event was a huge success and we left the gathering feeling inspired by the collective power in the room. A special thanks to our Atlanta partners, Sisterlove, Inc who moderated the event. If you missed the briefing, you can view a live recording here courtesy of Sisterlove and read the brief online.
It’s been ten years since SPARK was founded and this summer, we will be marking this momentous occasion with a Summer Day Party on Saturday August 26, 2017 from 5-9pm at Mother Restaurant & Bar.
Purchase your tickets here and share the event with your communities!
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! is putting out a call for transgender & non-binary identifying individuals of color seeking to enhance their leadership skills and develop trans-oriented programming as part of a new SPARK initiative!
Want to get involved?
Join us for an Interest Social on TUESDAY, JUNE 13th from 6-9pm at the Georgia Hill Neighborhood Center to learn more about the initiative. You can also email the program coordinator, Taylor Trimble (they/she) at Taylor@sparkrj.org for more information.
RSVP via Facebook, and Eventbrite, and share the event with your friends!
SPARK invites you to a screening of Daughters Of The Dust, a Great Migration drama set in 1902 and celebrated today as a landmark film that showcases the significance of the Georgia-South Carolina Sea Islands in the construction of Southern culture.
Written and directed by Julie Dash, Daughters Of The Dust tells the story of a Gullah family’s struggle to maintain their roots while trying to transcend the phantasmic shackles of slavery that lingered beyond abolition. The film fell into anonymity since its release 25 years ago and has recently re-entered the zeitgeist after it served as the primary source material for Beyonce’s visual album, Lemonade.
Join us this THURSDAY 4/20/17 from 6:00pm-8:00pm at The Georgia State University’s Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity in room 467 of Student Center West, located at 141 Courtland Street SE, for a screening of Julie Dash’s Daughters Of The Dust and stick around for a discussion on black migrations as we sip on some lemonade and other seasonal refreshments.
Share the event with your community via FACEBOOK.
Know your body. Know your status. Know your rights.
SisterLove’s Healthy Love Youth Leaders invite you to learn about Reproductive Justice and ways you as young people can make a difference in your community.
Food & Travel Reimbursement will be provided.
Parents, feel free to bring your little ones!