The Right Kind of Black Girl Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt not-for-profit organization founded by Shambria Williams in 2018. The Right Kind of Black Girl (TRKBG) provides a pathway to freedom from oppression through unity, advancement, and living a life of wholeness. We believe fulfillment in these three areas will lead to a life of total freedom. We envision a world where Black people are free from racial disparities, depression, and isolation. We take a holistic approach to supporting Black women and girls between the ages of 15 and 60 who stem from generational poverty to cultivate sisterhood by empowering women and girls of the Afrikan diaspora to lead, innovate, and serve our communities. TRKBG’s purpose is to advocate for the betterment of Black people through obtaining generational wealth, reduction of health disparities, defiance of stereotypes, and rebellion against the trauma of racism. We are committed to aiding our communities in living a life of wholeness that is define uniquely for every individual we serve.
The Right Kind of Black Girl seeks to affirm philosophies that arouse the betterment of Black people through the acquisition of generational wealth, reduction of health disparities, defiance of stereotypes, and rebellion against the mental trauma of racism. We have come together to initiate a strong re-enforcement of that infrastructure by forging our collective paths through corporate, entrepreneurial, social and personal obstacles.
We believe that health, fitness, and mental well-being are not luxuries but integral facets of an enriched life. We are committed to helping our community find freedom by aiding in the dismantlement of structural and institutionalized racism in our schools, communities, businesses, healthcare and judicial systems.
We desire to live in a world in which generational wealth in the Black community is achieved and maintained. We are committed to creating a pathway to a self-sustained infrastructure within the Black community through entrepreneurial networking and financial literacy.
We believe in seeing each other as allies instead of adversaries through the validation of Black women’s collective experiences. We are committed to creating an atmosphere of acceptance and sisterhood through the mutual interest in uplifting Black women and girls across the Afrikan diaspora.
We believe in taking pride in our heritage and the marvel of our ancestors. We are committed to being the best we can be and achieving it with grace and humility.
We deem freedom as self-sustainability unrestricted by the interlocking -isms of racism, classism, sexism, and heterosexism. We are committed to advocating for the wholeness of Black women and girls.
We believe in acceptance and celebrating the journey of Black womanhood. We know we are all The Right Kind of Black Girl in spite of our plight. We are committed to shining a light on the beauty of women and lifting one another as we climb.