A sisterhood
of 1 million+
Black women

You don't have to do this walk alone.

Powered by the love and momentum of Black women everywhere walking out of their front doors in solidarity, we’ve built a life-saving sisterhood. Women who have found the strength to show up for themselves - to hope - step out on faith - to walk towards their healthiest life - now create space to bring along the next sister.

There’s a global collective of Black women waiting to walk alongside you, virtually or otherwise. Whether you’re in your neighborhood, a national park or sitting behind your computer in need of connection, there’s a community of sisters at your reach. Connect with women in a city near you through our private Facebook groups. In each group you’ll find the connection and accountability you’ve been looking for. Search and join your city page today.

Walk + Event


When you have over a million Black women connected, there’s never a shortage of things to get into. Our sisterhood is full of specially-trained organizers creating weekly experiences to serve the health and happiness of Black women. From training walks, to activities centering our joy and justice, there’s an ecosystem of local and national events to support you. Use the map to find out what’s happening near you.

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See what’s inspiring the movement right now and get involved. Check out our current calls-to-action.

Sisterhood Saturday

Sisterhood Saturday is a free weekly walking series and neighborhood revival powered by over a million Black women. This isn’t just a walk; it’s a ritual, a personal appointment you set with yourself every week for 30 minutes to step closer to the life of your dreams. Led by the co-founders of GirlTREK and the hosts of Black History Boot Camp, Vanessa & Morgan, together we rise into our joy collectively, set powerful intentions, and learn new strategies for healing with a 30-minute walk.

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We know walking works.
We've got the stories to prove it.

In parks, on sidewalks, in churches, at meetings, on the mountaintop, Black women are experiencing walking as a life-transforming ritual. They’re telling the stories of weight loss, more mobility, less medication, self-care, and sisterhood.