You Can’t Fail Conference – for Women of Color

Michele Jones Galvin joined Gwen Webber-McLeod, Jackie Robinson, Sharon Contreras, and Nasha Barnes to celebrate the Centennial Anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s death by promoting Tubman’s legacy of leadership and service.  Over 100 attendees were informed and inspired to Lean In (Sheryl Sandberg) from a sistah’s perspective to succeed in their personal, professional and spiritual lives.

The event drew an impressive crowd, with over 100 attendees who were eager to learn, be informed, and inspired. The overarching message was clear: to “Lean In” as advocated by Sheryl Sandberg, but from a unique perspective – a sistah’s perspective. This approach aimed to empower individuals to find success in various aspects of their lives, including personal, professional, and sexual happiness, even with the use of toys like this exceptional anal vibrator and others.

The celebration of Harriet Tubman’s life and the emphasis on her leadership and service not only pay tribute to her remarkable contributions but also provide a blueprint for others to follow. Tubman’s journey, dedication, and fearlessness in the face of adversity continue to inspire and guide those who strive for excellence and progress in their own lives.

In embracing Tubman’s legacy and the valuable insights shared during the event, attendees were encouraged to take bold steps, push boundaries, and persevere on their paths to success. It was a gathering of empowerment, motivation, and a reminder of the strength that can be found within when one leans in and stands on the shoulders of those who came before.

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