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During Hip Hop History Month 2014, Phoenix Queens of the Nation: Wisdom Born Zulu Chapter 29 hosted it’s 1st Annual Phoenix Queens Meet & Greet on November 15th in the Bronx. An all women’s chapter of the Universal Zulu Nation, 22 Women from all over NYC would sign up to join the Phoenix Queens Movement at this very important and historical meeting.
The women who came together to make up the Phoenix Queens Chapter, would go on to implement educational and community service projects. Armed with the knowledge and wisdom they gained as Phoenix Queens members, these women would go on to have careers in politics, education, security services, environmental and social justice advocacy.
We envision a world in which women, children, youth and young adults have access to a culturally relevant, empowering and holistic education and the social support and programs needed to become self-sufficient
To rebuild and restore balance to low-income, marginalized and disadvantaged communities by helping, encouraging, inspiring and empowering women, children, youth and young adults around the world.
WHAT WE DO
Phoenix Queens of the Nation, co-founded by Phoenix-Zulu Queens Benu Ma’at and Empress Zulu Queen Kenya, works to help, encourage and inspire women, children, youth and young adults overcome and rise above the circumstances and struggles of their lives. In order to meet the broad range of needs facing today’s families and communities, we provide a holistic array of educational, cultural and social services as a means of establishing a supportive foundation of self-sufficiency. We believe it is incumbent upon us to take responsibility in all communities worldwide to bring a sincere and innovative approach to support women, children, youth and young adults everywhere. By providing realistic and quality programs and initiatives we are committed to creating safe spaces for children and youth in which they will gain the tools and support needed to thrive in life; while also helping women and young adults on to the path of self-sufficiency and economic empowerment.