What Some Folks Have Said AboutUs

My training with Two Brown Girls caused me to confront my privilege and responsibilities as a white person in ways I had never before considered. I have thought about — and told others about — my session numerous times. I would recommend their programs to anyone looking to have meaningful, substantive conversations about race.

Lara, American University

Aja and Nicole conducted a powerful, thought-provoking training that left a lasting impression on the faculty and staff in attendance.

AJ, American University

Two Brown Girls led Faith in Public Life staff through a challenging yet compassionate series of workshops and group activities that enabled us to question our own implicit bias and become more proactive internally as well as in our programs and strategic plan. We came out with a series of next steps to help us fully ground all of our work and organizational systems/interactions in anti-racism work. I'm grateful for their boldness, their support and humor as we worked through challenging topics, and their tenacity.

Jennifer, Faith in Public Life

I believe Aja and Nicole represent two powerful voices that are among the new generation of leaders who will help transform the civil rights landscape in DC, in the nation and on the planet.

George, Bread for the City

Aja and Nicole took our mentors on a thought-provoking journey while discussing concepts such as race and privilege and how that plays out in relationships with young people. Our mentors left very enlightened while desiring even more content and time to process what they heard. We are proud to call Aja and Nicole partners.

Andy, BEST Kids

Folks We’ve Worked With

Color of Change

American University

YWCA USA

Faith in Public Life

Bread for the City

National Network of Abortion Funds

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