Creating Representation for Indo-Caribbean Women Everywhere
The Brown Girl Diary is an international community creating a space for the Indo-Caribbean young woman. We are working to break stigmas and cultural traditions that don't align with our true identity. We are the millennial Indo-Caribbean's that are ready to own the path in front of us. Through creative content, community engagement, advocacy, and online networking spaces, we are defining what it means to be Indo-Caribbean through our own stories.
A FOCUS ON INDO CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND IDENTITY CONTRIBUTING TO PERSONAL, PRODUCTIVE, AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH.
Indo-Caribbean reside all over the world; some of which have the ability to belong, and some of us are positioned in parts of the world where we have no access to cultural understanding or unity within our community. Brown Girl Diary provides both worldwide awareness through our digital footprint and affirmative action through our desire to provide a safe-space for Indo-Caribbean women.
BGD 3 P's are guiding principles when developing our tools, programs, and projects around cultural representation for the Indo-Caribbean womxn
Exploring the tools and tactics we use to get things done. We engage in the developmental aspects of who we are. We focus on goal setting, time management, healthy ‘get-it-done’ methods, and more.
Exploring the foundational aspects of who we are. Personal growth dives into our mental wellbeing; we explore the ways in which we handle situations, maintain a peaceful life, and focus on mental wellbeing.
Exploring the lifestyles and experiences of Indo-Caribbean women within the working world. We use a cultural lens to understand how they navigate through the various barriers that exist for them, and how they have been able to show up and show out with every position they hold.
Looking for tools and resources for the Indo-Caribbean community?
We have put together a variety of resources from partnering organizations related to Indo-Caribbean culture, experiences, and development.