See Us, Here Us: On girlhood and growing up Black in Lambeth is a pilot study examining the experiences of Black girls aged 12-18.
An expressive safe space that allows young women and girls flourish and take ownership of H.E.R (Healing, Empowerment and Resilience) through 1:1 sessions and creative group projects.
Through individual and group creative expression within safe spaces.
Raising aspirations through education, workshops and access to further opportunities.
Building young women and girls to flourish in and beyond their communities.
“Milk and honey helped me feel more comfortable within myself and grow as a person.”
A ground breaking pilot report, See Us, Hear Us: On Girlhood and Growing Up Black in Lambeth has sought to examine the question ‘to what extent do social, political and institutional environments impact the lives of Black girls in Lambeth?’.
Girlhood Unfiltered is a ground-breaking anthology of essays, letters and creative work authentically reflecting on the multifaceted experience of Black girlhood.