We are dedicated to helping the women and youth of our communities succeed and thrive through storytelling. Check out our programs below.
We are dedicated to working with advocates for marginalized women and youth. Our fiscal sponsorship opportunities are extended to projects that align with our mission to empower historically oppressed communities through outreach and narratives.
BGW promotes educational justice through our programs that provide immersive experiences for women and youth. We are passionate about promoting scholarship, leadership, and service.
BeMore Creative Community Studio, Ghana
In partnership with Sir Francis Nunoo and Farmer Nell, CEO of Be More Green, we offer a variety of visual arts opportunities to lift and empower the community. The community studio was created to spark untapped interest in visual arts. Youth learn valuable skills to promote career development, entrepreneurship and public speaking.
The BGW Collective is designed to empower women from historically underserved communities. We aim to support marginalized women entrepreneurs with strategic programs, including coaching sessions, workshops, wellness retreats, film and media projects that are designed to amplify oppressed voices, increase economic stability and build their business leadership, knowledge and skills.
BGW MyBlock MyStory
We use narrative circles to promote justice and healing in parks and public spaces. Our immersive workshops include storytelling, art, nature and food-way explorations to write narratives and personal letters.
Institute for Literacy & Health Equity
Spoons & Stories
BGW promotes health justice. Our Spoons & Stories project was created to combat social determinants of health through storytelling. We empower women and youth through genealogy and narratives. Our global wellness model explores the connections between genealogy, food, narratives and health.
Magnolia Writing Tours
Our Magnolia Writing Tour was designed to improve health, relationships, and holistic wellness of women through narratives, Afro-Indigenous herbalism, discussions and excursions.
Economic Development & Career Institute
Our institute helps marginalized, disabled, and single mothers with financial literacy, interview and resume skills. In partnership with Career Forward Consulting, our institute is designed to increase female advancement, leadership, ownership and employment in marginalized communities to combat economic disparities, violence and injustice.