Everything That Happened At The 2018 Gurls Talk Festival In NYC By Founder Adwoa Aboah.

Straight from the Gurls Talk Instagram (you should definitely follow btw) are highlights from this year’s Gurls Talk Festival in New York City including key note speakers and topics of discussion. It was an incredible event.

Most important topic: Voting

Girls Talk brought in @hello_voter to help teens and first time voters be smarter and more engaged in the process. Hello Voter offered education and training on who their elected officials are, what they stand for and getting registered to vote.


Gurls Talk founder Adwoa Aboah and Stephen Manderson at the Gurls Talk Festival in New York City on March 11, 2018

The poetry slam!

Gurls Talk had three-time grand slam champion of NYU’s poetry slam team – Crystal Valentine host an open-mic session for participants.


Healthy empowerment.

New York native Emilia Ortiz, a spiritual advisor, delivered a workshop on mental health, empowerment and life management.


Health and wellness exercise at the Gurls Talk Festival in New York City on March 11, 2018.

Body positivity, right!

Model and body-positivity advocate Paloma Elsesser (@palomija) was enlisted to listen, help girls work on their self-esteem and to promote body-positivity.✨


Paloma Elsesser at the Gurls Talk Festival in New York City on March 11, 2018.

Gender identity, ok!

Child actor and Ted Talk speaker iO Tillett Wright had an intense conversation at the Gurls Talk festival about gender identity and acceptance.


IO Tiller at the Gurls Talk Festival in New York City on March 11, 2018.

Here was the full schedule from the Gurls Talk festival. Don’t miss out next time!

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