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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Black Women Support Each Other


This is Lashanda Henry, founder of multiple shades of you online - the eCommunity for positive people of color ( I wanted to take a moment to invite you to learn about and share the following eCommunity Groups (within the msoy network) designed with Women of Color in mind. If you are already aware of these services, feel free to share them with your friends and associates.

Black Business Women Online
Almost 2000 members and growing, BBWO is the place for African American Women Entrepreneurs and Black Business Women interested in marketing, sharing, and growing their business. Advice, Sell, Support - that is what BBWO is all about. Members can create pages, chat, add photos, events, and more. Best of all, the group is free to join and easy to use.

The Black Moms Club
Creating a space for moms of Color in need of fellowship and support, the Black Moms Club is a Social Community all about the African American family. BMC is a place for Black Moms, Women, Single Parents, and Mothers of Color to talk about children, teens, fathers, love, work, education and everything in between. With almost 1000 members to date, the Black Moms Club gets bigger and better every day.

The Black Girl Click Ad Network
The Black Girl Click Advertising Network was created to offer Black Entrepreneurs and Women In Business the opportunity to promote their businesses and web projects on websites designs specifically for Women of Color.

What Black Women Think
What Black Women Think is both an Online Video Showcase and growing eCommunity for Black Women to highlight our documentaries and video clips. As well as explore the issues that Black Women face in an effort to redefine the Black Woman on our terms.

Black Writers Connect
A group for African American writers, authors, self publishers, publishers, and book club leaders. A place for both writers and book lovers of color to connect, share experiences, work, advice and more.

Sistas Making Money On Myspace
A Growing Myspace Friends Circle Created to Highlight Online resources and communities for women entrepreneurs. Moreover, this friends circle is a great point of reference for sisters with promotional myspace pages, interested in finding new people with similar interests to add to their own myspace friends lists.

Hopefully, one or all of these groups are of interest to you.
Enjoy. Exchange. Excel.

Each One Reach One


Rodger said...

For me relationship-building and community-building are the most important aspects of how we can use the Internet to benefit ourselves.

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