Coast to coast we are breaking barriers for Indo-Caribbean women who are underrepresented and underserved. We are providing a community of like-minded women who share the same cultural experiences and are encouraging our women to make their mental health a priority.
OUR VISION STATEMENT
Providing events, information, and workshops to help Indo-Caribbean connect with their mental health without feeling stigmatized or misunderstood.
In the last 3 years, Brown Gyal Diary has:
Told over 81 authentic stories. We wanted to give women a space to use our platform as an open diary. Together we are safely sharing our stories and understanding one another.
Hosted over 5 major events that helped Indo-Caribbean women explore their identity and feel connected to their culture
Grew our platform from 900 supporters to over 13,000 supporters worldwide. Telling us that there is a need for a safe space for Indo-Caribbean women, we are determined to create this.