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Saturday, 16 July 2022

10 am – 12 pm

520 NW 5th Ave Gainesville, FL 32601 (Room DC-008)

We’ve been busy at the Queens Room. Check out our past and upcoming events. If you have any questions, contact us at


Photographer: Joseph Cook Model: Britini Michelle Body Art: Turbado Marabou


July 17, 2022 11am-1pm – Virtual Workshop – $10 – $25.00

August 13, 2022 10am -12pm – Santa Fe College CIED – $10 – $25.00

530 W University Ave Gainesville, FL 32601

This powerful Writing to Heal Workshop will help you discover who you really are as defined by you!

During this 2 hour session you will:

*Learn the power and value of your personal story

*Identify and eliminate the negative, oppressive language you have been using to describe yourself

*Create a new narrative about yourself using a more accurate, positive and empowering description designed by you

*Learn to separate who you are from what you do

*Regain control of your story

*Introduce new tools that develop focus, enhance creativity, and encourage self-love and empowerment

This event is hosted by Bailey Learning and Arts Collective, Inc. (BLAAC) and The Queens Room Women’s Empowerment Group.

PLEASE NOTE No refunds, however, the fee can be used for a future event.

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The WomenNOW! Sexual and Reproductive Justice Continuum is a virtual, transnational organizing effort that seeks to create and establish a network of Black feminists across the globe. Our goal is to hold nine regional events in which we convene throughout 2021 to create a framework and focus for the WomenNOW! 2021 In-Person Summit in Durban, South Africa. The Queens Room founder, Terri Bailey, has been working as one of the outreach coordinators. Please visit for more details.

The WomenNOW! Sexual and Reproductive Justice Continuum

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LatinX Warrior Women’s Wellness!

The Warrior Women’s Wellness event on July 13th was a success! Various speakers gave presentations related to the experience of existing as a LatinX woman. From applications of feminism in our everyday lives to a manifesto for putus, the event covered a wide range of topics affecting LatinX women today. Other presentations included a deconstruction of LatinX aesthetics, holistic womb wellness, and spiritual self-care. Below are some screenshots from the event!

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