SATURDAY 5 MARCH 2022
WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH FESTIVAL

NOVOTEL LONDON W6 • 11 AM – 7 PM

We are bridging the gap between organisations and the community we serve.

Although times are changing, organisations are still missing opportunities to create relatable experiences that include Black women and girls. Black women experience discrimination. Firstly, because of our race. Secondly, because of our gender – as well as other intersecting identities. Often, there are subtle, subconscious and conscious ways where we’re overlooked, underestimated and devalued. Our voices are often unheard in conversations that can bring long-lasting change and, when heard, are excluded from historical narratives. As experts of curated experiences, Black women’s unique needs are front and centre of what we do.

We create content that empowers Black women and girls to embrace and love the parts of themselves which society tells them are unacceptable.

There are countless negative experiences in schools and workplaces where they are made to feel uncomfortable or aren’t included because their hair texture and cultural hairstyles are different. Plus, intergenerational trauma from transatlantic slavery has impacted how Black families understand, cope, and heal from this trauma. These effects can be psychological, physical and mental.

We are a culturally connected community that are socially conscious. We provide intergenerational safe spaces where the community can connect, converse, contribute and collaborate IRL and online – without judgement!

We gather data to understand our community better and improve the services we deliver.

We are changemakers! CURLYTREATS has extensive knowledge and experience consulting with organisations and their brands. The data we gather helps us deliver thought-provoking conversations, develop opportunities for change and create cultural content.

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