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Follow Black Women Conference

Follow Black Women Conference

The theme for 2024 Is:


Activate Your Superpowers to Enhance Your Mental Wellness, Manifest Money & Actualize Your Mission

Come and experience the dynamic duo tag team to help you unleash your manifestation and money magic! We are slowing it down, being very intentional and taking our time to teach, inspire and give you tangible takeaways. When these two SupHERpowers align it will be a sensational moment. Get your SuperSHERO outfits ready and get your tickets today! 

Follow Black Women Conference

Conference Creator & Host

Catrice M. Jackson

Catrice is a Black woman who loves, centers, and celebrates blackness every day while unapologetically living her best Black life. Catrice is the CEO of Catriceology® Enterprises, LLC; Founding Comrade of the Justice Is Love Coalition; and the host of Black Couch Conversations, a Black-ass podcast for Black folks with a psychological twist. 


Catrice is also the creator of SHETalks WETalk Race Talks for Women and the author of more than fifteen books, including Antagonists, Advocates and Allies; White Spaces Missing Faces; The Becky Code; Unf*ckablewith; Weapons of Whiteness®; Let’s Talk About Black Love; Let’s Talk About Black Peace; and Let’s Talk About Black Happiness. As an anti-racism speaker and educator, Catrice serves up strong medicine and hard truths in a straight-up, on-the-rocks, no-chaser style to eliminate the lethal infection of anti-black racism. 


Catrice is unapologetic love in motion. She passionately and lovingly serves the Black community as a Movement Mental Wellness Mentor, Emotional Equity Advocate for Black Students, and a Black Liberation Artist. 


Unbothered by naysayers and unflinching in her approach, Catrice’s dedication to Black people is the motivation behind her personal and global movement, Justice Is Love. Catrice is committed to fighting for justice, freedom, and Black liberation through combating racial injustice and advocating for community peace, youth equity in education, and economic justice through reparations. She believes justice is love, and love is justice.

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