I.M.P.A.C.T., founded by Nia Weeks and Damien D. Smith was born out of the collective work of four organizations and companies aiming to support their ability to mobilize each other, allies, and influencers toward a communal goal for communal change through a multipronged digital platform.
We are partnering with Black Bookstores across the U.S. to allow patrons to purchase books for students throughout Central Region Ghana.
Through our Production Company DETANGLED, IM.P.A.C.T. brings you amazing stories of Black Men and Women from across the Globe! Produced by Social Justice Attorney.
Cyber Justice is an internship offered to middle and high school students from across the world with a variety of tech skills and abilities, but all with a desire to learn evenmore.
Citizen SHE (fiscally sponsored 501(c)3 and Citizen SHE United 501(c)4 are sister organizations that envision a Louisiana that respects and responds to the multidimensional needs of Black women from every walk of life. SHE is weaving a new tapestry of engaged Black women who will become Louisiana’s advocates, operatives, decision makers, and power brokers. SHE’s work reorganizes Louisiana’s power structures to recognize Black women as activists, leaders, and influencers who represent a crucial base of power. SHE’s strategies include leadership development, policy creation, collective advocacy, cultivating candidates, training campaigners, mobilizing Black voters, and engaging elected officials
4910 Rosalie Productions is a multi-platform production company that focuses on Film, Television, & Social Activism. 4910 Rosalie’s mission is to tell stories that represent the complexities of the world around us and give a voice to the voiceless.