Sista Circle

Sista* Circle strives to be a safe space for womxn, nonbinary, femme, and trans people of color by providing opportunities to discuss self-love, colorism, growth, and the challenges and joys of being us.

*In this space, we use sista instead of sister because too often sister means cis-ter. We are a space committed to inclusion and celebration of the diverging experiences of those who identify as womxn, trans, femme, or non-binary. #SisnotCis

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Spring Format

We gather biweekly on Mondays 6-7:30pm via zoom beginning February 22nd.

If you have questions, contact Nicole Jordan at Nicole.jordan@plu.edu.

Sista* Circle in the News

Exploring Mentorship

Welcome to Spring Sistas

We will be launching our circle with a discussion around navigating, surviving, and thriving at PLU as Womxn of Color featuring some alumni, current and past faculty and staff. Students please come with questions and with welcoming hearts as we engage more of our community.

A picture with a POC woman being asked if she is from the region, if they can touch her hair and her wondering if she can make it through.

Using our Sista Circle Facebook group we will be having a conversation about microaggressions and how we were able to navigate and survive them.

Celebrate and Cheers to 31 Years, join the CGE virtual ceremony Monday March 8th 5:30 to 6:30pm.

This week we will be meeting celebrate Gender Equity instead of a formal sista circle group