The destructive and horrifying adversity faced by self-identified black women are tantamount. Domestic violence and sexual assault (DVSA) are certainly only part of the laundry list of trauma and inequities that we face. Still, the need to pay special attention to DVSA is evident, and is especially so give my own experience.
S’nel provides an opportunity to change and take back the narrative. Where self-identified black women who suffer from these violences may not look to social services, they may look to S’nel as a community of women who really understand, as an opportunity to imagine, empower, and achieve your best life.