Tawana Davis ‘21

Tawana Davis ‘21 (GSLC PhD) recently hosted the organization’s annual Sistah Soul Search weekend retreat in partnership with colleagues to provide free breast cancer screenings for young women and the LGBTQIA+ community.

Davis is the Co-Founder/Executive Director of Soul 2 Soul Sisters, a grassroots, loved-based, racial justice nonprofit organization focused on Black healing, health and joy, Black civic engagement and policy, ending anti-Black racism and white supremacy culture, and reparations. Soul 2 Soul Sisters’ work is based in a reproductive justice framework, all towards actualizing Black healing and Black liberation.

Learn more about Davis and read her dissertation Womanists Leading White People in Intergroup Dialogue to End Anti-Black Racism: An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis here.