Black Girl Magic
Black Girl Magic is a group for black girls to discover and celebrate their culture and roots. This group explores the ways in which their Blackness shapes life experiences. It’s a place where young women can have a safe space to talk about their resiliency and uplift themselves and each other through the bond of sisterhood.
- cultural values
- breaking down stereotypes
- celebrating our crown (hair care)
- partnerships with local, black-owned businesses
- field trips
Participants in 7th and 8th grades
Time & day
Every Monday, 4 – 5:30 p.m. at the YWRC
Transportation provided within a 7 mile radius of the YWRC.
Interested in joining or have questions? Contact Kahara via email or phone at 515.244.4901.
The Young Women’s Resource Center holds weekly after school groups for young women in the Des Moines area in 5th through 12th grades. These groups explore a variety of topics such as body image, self-esteem, reproductive health and healthy relationships. They include hands-on activities, field trips, guest speakers and community service projects.
Mental Health Counselors provide one-on-one, couples and/or family counseling to young women in schools and at the Young Women’s Resource Center. Counseling services are offered for all young women within the ages of 10-21.
During summer programs, girls can come spend time with others in a supportive environment, have fun and learn more about what it means to be a healthy young woman.