Kei-Touch interviewed Tiffany Gill, writer, speaker, advocate and founder of Black Girls Unscripted (BGU) – a unique global community of women and girls dedicated to harnessing the power of Black women’s stories and utilizing them as a tool to heal, educate, and inspire.
Gill started the organization after learning of her 13 year-old mentees’ attempted suicide. Merging the healing power of intergenerational storytelling with community, BGU has created a safe and authentic platform for women and girls to amplify their stories – orally and through other creative forms – helping to shift perceptions and shape futures through narratives of empowerment and change.
Black Girls Unscripted has been so positive and inspiring, Google Invited Black Girls Unscripted to Share Its Google Cultural Institute Images via Social Media.
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