Our Program

Sisters of Nia serves girls living in urban communities in grades 6, 7, and 8. Each lesson is based on Africentric principles and are grade level specific.

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Our Vision

To inspire, encourage, and empower girls to reach their fullest potential and live their life with a purpose.

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Our Mission

Sisters of Nia, Inc. seeks to empower socially and economically disadvantaged adolescent girls. Sisters of Nia, Inc. provides cultural and educational programs designed to instill strong social skills, leadership development, and academic excellence in our young ladies.

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Our Objectives

To strengthen knowledge and appreciation for African American culture, ethnic pride, and identity.

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Sisters of Nia serves girls living in urban communities in grades 6, 7, and 8. Each lesson is based on Africentric principles and are grade level specific.

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To inspire, encourage, and empower girls to reach their fullest potential and live their life with a purpose.

Learn More

Sisters of Nia, Inc. seeks to empower socially and economically disadvantaged adolescent girls. Sisters of Nia, Inc. provides cultural and educational programs designed to instill strong social skills, leadership development, and academic excellence in our young ladies.

Learn More

To strengthen knowledge and appreciation for African American culture, ethnic pride, and identity.

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Sisters of Nia, Incorporated is an organization dedicated to serving adolescent girls in grades six, seven, and eight living in urban communities. Through the teaching of Africentric values, our program aims to reinforce and bring out the natural strengths of girls, while encouraging them to live their live with a purpose.

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services Community Service

Our girls worked in the clothing pantry in December at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services…just one way we are showing our appreciation for them allowing us to hold our weekly meetings there. Our girls worked hard straightening the store, shelving...
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