An app is supporting Black and indigenous women with breast cancer.
Now an organisation from California is focusing on Black healing and how to respond to generational trauma.
Among topics addressed: inequalities in the justice system, misogynoir, homophobia, transphobia, HIV/AIDS, racism and domestic violence.
The organisation offers creative training sessions and psychological tools for self-reflection.
Courses and events take place regularly both on site and remotely, while participants can connect with like-minded individuals in virtual breakout rooms.
A grant is available for Black people promoting healing practices in their communities.
Another community offers technology education for young women in Africa. And a focused film list could prove inspiring.