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The mission of ThisWomansWords is to elevate the voices, words, and experiences of those identifying as part of marginalized communities with a specific emphasis on communities that include Afro-Indigenous women, Children of Color, and LGBTQ+ People of Color.


We have embodied this mission through:


  • Writing articles and blog posts about a variety of topics that impact marginalized communities for multiple publications.

  • Establishing literacy-based initiatives for Children of Color while advocating for diverse children’s books to be added to the shelves of public libraries and Little Free Libraries in Alamance County, North Carolina. The literacy-based initiatives established have included: a Virtual Reading Series, sharing/distributing literacy resources, compiling reading lists, and hosting a Virtual Book Fair.

  • Creating the These Women’s Words space to elevate the voices of Black and Indigenous women.

  • Participating in, coordinating, and facilitating events and conversations to raise awareness about issues impacting marginalized communities. 

  • Supporting Black and Indigenous Authors and Business Owners via website features, interviews, and the establishment of the 2021 Virtual Book Fair Shopping Guide and the ThisWomansWords’ Black and Indigenous Business Directory.

Look out for additional opportunities to partner with and support ThisWomansWords in the very near future!


Shereá D. Burnett was raised in Alamance County, North Carolina. She identifies as Afro-Indigenous and is a proud citizen of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation. Shereá is a 2007 graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she majored in Political Science and Afro-American Studies. She also minored in Social and Economic Justice. Shereá received her Juris Doctor degree from Elon University School of Law in 2013.


Shereá is a Social Worker at heart. She spends her days partnering with a diverse group of agencies that work to end, prevent, and divert people from homelessness. This work includes assisting those who are experiencing homelessness, who are at risk of experiencing homelessness, and/or those who are fleeing domestic violence and human trafficking. Shereá 's work draws on her many years of experience providing services to children and families, to those who are unhoused, and to domestic violence survivors. She spends her evenings as an Adjunct Professor at a local college.

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ThisWomansWords' Black & Indigenous Owned Business Directory

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