Grantmakers for Girls of Color is partnering with The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation and other major figures to host Black Girl Freedom Week from February 14-20, which celebrates the artistic vision and genius of Black girls, femmes and gender-expansive youth.
The initiative is part of a campaign to mobilize a $1 billion investment in Black girls in 10 years.
Figures including Sanaa Lathan, Rashida Jones and Tracee Ellis Ross are also partnering for Black Girl Freedom Week.
On behalf of The Estée Lauder Companies Charitable Foundation, Monique Davis, vice president, local and cultural innovation, and Kenya Bryant, manager, philanthropic partnerships, will speak on two panels.
Grantmakers for Girls of Color is a philanthropic organization with a mission to cultivate and mobilize resources in support of girls of color.
To register for Black Girl Freedom Week, click here.