“Little Sistahs” meet once a month to discuss a pre-determined book selection that has an African-American girl or woman as the main character. Members are grouped by grade level.
“Little Sistahs” will periodically go on cultural/social outings together. This may include plays, museum exhibits, parades, festivals, and other events that will encourage “Little Sistahs” to embrace their rich culture and heritage, and promote the bonds of sisterhood.
“Little Sistahs” will be provided the opportunity to mentor younger members at organizational events/outings, and by serving as book discussion leaders. There will also be opportunities for the “Little Sistahs” to be mentored by African-American women from the community.
Building up our girls…one book at a time
Little Sistahs in the Know, Inc.™ is a non-profit organization that strives to build up African-American girls by providing a venue for them to learn about their culture and heritage; to openly express themselves and develop sisterly bonds; and to foster a positive self-image and promote high self- esteem. Groups of girls meet regularly for book discussions and come together to participate in a variety of cultural, social, and community service events.Read More
Little Sistahs in the Know, Inc.™ is a non-profit organization that strives to build high self-esteem and foster a positive self-image in African-American girls by bringing them together to read and discuss books written about them, by providing a venue for them to share ideas and express themselves, and by cultivating an awareness of their rich heritage and culture.
If you or a “Little Sistah” in your life is interested in becoming a part of LSK, please go to our Membership page for more information. We look forward to you joining us as we continue building up our girls…one book at a time!!Read More