Women's History Month
A virtual table talk podcast episode addressing and bringing awareness to the resilience and stories of women of color
"In this world, there is no force equal to the strength of a woman determined to rise" - W.E.B. Du Bois.
Welcome to our brand new I'RAISE podcast! Tune into our very first live episode, which focuses on lifting up women of color. Tell your friends! Tell your family!
We are talking about women of color, their resilience, and their stories. Join us March 4 on Facebook Live! Hosted by Ms. Priscilla Prince, Parent Educator, I'RAISE Girls & Boys International. Guest co-host: Katherine Campbell, Program Director, I'RAISE Girls & Boys International. Featuring Alisha Small, Personal Development Coach, Living Fulfilled Coaching.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a cost to participate?
No. All community members we welcome to attend for free.
How can I attend this free event series?
Online. Please listen on Facebook Live at facebook.com/iraiseorg at 7pm ET every Friday this month.
Do I have to register to participate during the panel discussion?
If you want updates about new podcast episodes each Friday this month sent to you, please register. Listen live on Facebook Live at facebook.com/iraiseorg at 7pm ET each Friday this month.
Who should attend this event?
I’RAISE welcomes children, families, parents, students, community leaders, educators, and youth workers to be part of this powerful, important shared experience.
Could I make a donation to support youth as they face a unique set of challenges during the pandemic?
Of course! Any amount makes a big difference in a child's life. Please text PLEDGEIRAISE to 71777 to pledge $10 a month and help us support underserved minority children.
I still have questions. Who can I contact?
You may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where can I listen to the podcast?
What is I'RAISE?
I’RAISE Girls & Boys International Corporation is a nonprofit providing youth services to low-income communities. Our mission is to provide a holistic program aimed at improving socio-emotional well-being and educational outcomes of youth ages 5-19 years. We aim to also improve and develop under-resourced communities and schools that help youth become successful in life.