In Solidarity We Rise

Join us for In Solidarity 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia

Together we’ll strategize, share solutions, imagine new futures, and make connections between our spaces, issues, and approaches that advance healing, opportunity, and justice for all girls and young people.

May 9-11, 2019

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In Solidarity is More Than a Conference

In Solidarity is a national convening of young leaders, advocates, social service professionals, community-based organizations, and policymakers. This gathering includes a variety of opportunities to engage, learn, and connect:

  • Intensive deep-dive learning sessions featuring presentations by leaders and experts on critical and urgent topics
  • Interactive “innovation in motion” sessions sharing creative models and ideas for programming, community organizing, communication, and policy reform from folks’ on-the-ground work in communities
  • A self-care room curated by Harriet’s Apothecary
  • Dynamic training opportunities through pre-conference intensives
  • An un-exhibit hall curated to celebrate the culture, art, and entrepreneurship of girls, women, and gender nonconforming youth

In Solidarity focuses on:

  • HEALING – Understanding the root causes of trauma and discovering new pathways to well being.
  • OPPORTUNITY – Exploring diverse and innovative ways to support health, economic security and civic engagement for girls.
  • JUSTICE – Catalyzing and strengthening the justice reform for girls’ movement.

Call for Proposals

We invite proposals for one-hour Innovation in Motion sessions. Sessions can be interactive workshops, presentations, performances, film, panels, or other creative formats. Innovation in Motion sessions are dynamic, interactive sessions that share exciting, creative models and ideas for programming, community organizing, communication, and policy reform from folks’ on-the-ground work in communities. Sessions can range from sharing successful campaign efforts to workshopping a new initiative or idea.

Proposals can be submitted at this link. Proposals are due December 1, 2018.

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Conference News

Thank You – In Solidarity

October 24, 2017
Nearly two weeks ago we were all together in DC on the closing day of In Solidarity. We didn’t want another day to go by without thanking you all for coming and for making it a shining example of the best of what the movement…
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Healing & Self Care Room

September 28, 2017
Harriet’s Apothecary is an intergenerational, healing village led by the brilliance and wisdom of Black Cis Women, Queer, Gender Non-conforming, and Trans healers, artists, health professionals…
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Art, Writing & Justice

September 27, 2017
We are pleased to announce Deep Dive Learning Sessions: Justice, Safety, and Solidarity for Trans Women & Girls; and Girl Power: Using Art to End Violence Against Girls With A Long Walk…
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Looking Back at In Solidarity 2017

YOUTH PARTICIPANTS

The leadership & experiences of youth participants under the age of 25 created a space that prioritized girls’ voices and placed their experiences as the starting point for creating change.

PARTICIPANTS FROM 50 STATES and 10 FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBAL NATIONS

Convened together to advance the needs and potential of girls and young women who live at the margins of the American dream. Participants built and strengthened relationships & alliances in the movement
for girls.

PARTICIPANTS IN SOLIDARITY

Participants explored diverse and innovative ways to support health, economic security and civic engagement for girls and young women that are creative, intersectional and two or multigenerational.

LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

From Deep Dive Learning to Innovation In Motion to Front Porch Conversations to Plenary Sessions – each learning opportunity was designed to bring participants together to learn, strategize and connect.

Download the recap of our 2017 In Solidarity We Rise conference.
See list of 2017’s Speakers and Panelists.