Woke Sistars Network


Press Release
For Immediate Release
Sep. 5, 2019

Angels Press
Attn: Cathy Harris, CEO and President
Orlando, FL
(512) 909-7365

Cathy Harris, the Founder of “The Essential Women’s Movement for African American Women” and author of “How To Raise Smart, Talented and Responsible Children” along with 25 more ‘easy-to-read’ non-fiction books is launching a NEW INITIATIVE entitled “Woke Sistars Network” initiative and will hold national Strategy Meetings, Think Tanks and Masterminds for Black Women as she travels west from Orlando, FL to Oakland, CA, starting on Oct. 1, 2019.

During her “90 Day Pilgrimage by car (#TeamVan vs. #TeamRV) to the west coast (#GoingWest), Cathy will hold Strategy Meetings, Think Tanks and Mastermind Meetings with small and large groups of black women who are seriously ready to change not just their lives and the lives of their family members, but also their communities. 
Cathy’s goal is to reach California by January 2020 and in May 2020, Cathy will take these meetings further west to Nevada, Oregon, Washington, etc. and to the Midwest and East. 
If you live in any of the below areas and will be around during the dates and would like to be a part of these strategy meetings, please contact Cathy Harris today by email at Cathy@CathyHarrisInternational.com and/or by phone at (512) 909-7365. The dates are flexible and can be changed so reach out before Cathy pass through your area.
After Oct. 1, 2019, text or email only since the #RoadTrip would have started. You will receive a call back by the end of the day. 
Don’t reach out to Cathy if you are involved in Network and 
Multi-Level Marketing (aka 
“Pyramid Schemes”). These meetings are not about recruiting anyone as a distributor for some ‘Pyramid Scheme.’ 
The Strategy Meetings will be held in the following cities: 
  • Orlando, FL, Jacksonville, FL (Oct. 1-4, 2019) 
  • Atlanta, GA (Oct. 7, 8, 9, 2019) 
  • Greenville, SC (Oct. 10-11, 2019) 
  • Charlotte, NC, Raleigh, NC (Oct. 12-16, 2019)
  • Birmingham, AL (Oct. 17-18, 2019) 
  • Jackson, MS (Oct. 19-20, 2019)
  • Shreveport, LA, New Orleans, LA, Baton Rouge, LA (Oct. 21-22, 2019) 
  • Dallas, TX, Houston, TX, Austin, TX, Killeen, TX, San Antonio, TX, El Paso, TX (Oct. 23, 2019-Nov. 2, 2019) 
  • Albuquerque, NM (Nov. 3-6, 2019)
  • Tucson, AZ, Phoenix, AZ, Quartzsite, AZ (Nov. 7-30, 2019) 
  • San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, Oakland, CA, San Francisco, CA (Dec. 1, 2019 – Jan. 2, 2020) 
Our main focus will be to create health and business initiatives for the entire family. However, other topics that we will create business opportunities around include:
  • Organic Food Movement (GMOs, Autism, Vaccinations, Depression, Hair Growth, etc.)
  • Business Opportunities for Children and Adults (MobileLearningClubs.com)
  • Finances/Money Management
  • Housing
  • Education (Home Schooling, Etiquette/Charm School, Parenting Workshops, Sistahood Villages, etc.) 
  • Police Interactions (Neighborhood Watch Programs, Self Defense and Weapon’s Handling Workshops)
  • Minimalism101
If you are an expert on any of these topics, please reach out to Cathy Harris today. There will be semimonthly teleconference calls to answer questions and to set up Team Leaders, Trainers and other Experts from each city.
There will also be an ‘ethical network’ of business owners or a business directory created and listed on our webpage at “Woke Sistars Network.” 
Other important steps to take include:
Read and study the below articles: 
Read the 3-part empowerment book series by Cathy Harris “How To Take Control of Your Own Life.” The books are available as e-books and paperbacks. Series 1 will educate you on your community, Series 2 on your business, and Series 3 on your health. 
Our new motto for this NEW INITIATIVE is “Not On Our Watch.” Please share this info with your family members, friends, neighbors, colleagues, and especially all African American women so we can build Nationwide Strategy Meetings, Think Tanks and Masterminds for black women — and grow in numbers. 
All events will be posted at our meetup group for “The Essential Women’s Movement for African American Women” — so join the group today and inform other women who are #Woke and ready to move forward.
Also, subscribe to CathyHarrisNewsUpdates.com to get the latest news and join Cathy’s facebook groups and pages. 
For more information reach out to Cathy Harris at info@angelspress.com or cathy@cathyharrisinternational.com. You can call (512) 909-7365. Call before Cathy pass through your city. Please join the below groups to stay informed on this new initiative and receive first-hand knowledge as Cathy ‘Teach from the Road’: 
Action Plans for ‘Woke Sistars Network’
The State of Black Women
Cathy Harris is a soon to be Full-Time RVer living ‘The Good Life.’ Her blog website is SimpleLifeRVing.com. She is also an Empowerment and Motivational Speaker, Advice Columnist at DearCathy.com, Non-GMO Health and Wellness Expert, Business and Love Coach and Self-Publishing Expert and the author of 26 non-fiction books at www.AngelsPress.com. Her books cover topics such as family and community empowerment, health, youth and adult entrepreneurship, writing/publishing, workplace discrimination, whistleblowing, government, law enforcement, domestic and international traveling, politics, media, beauty, car buying and selling for women, aging/retirement – just to name a few. She offers seminars, workshops, and consultations at www.CathyHarrisInternational.com. To reach out to Cathy email Cathy@cathyharrisinternational.com or call (512) 909-7365.





Because of Journalist Chauncey Bailey and many other black reporters, I am #StillStanding.
Chauncey Wendell Bailey Jr.

(October 20, 1949 – August 2, 2007) was an American journalist noted for his work primarily on issues of the African American community. He served as editor-in-chief of The Oakland Post in Oakland, California from June 2007 until his murder.

My #WestCoast journey and this 

NEW INITIATIVE will be dedicated to the ChaunceyBaileyProject.org in Oakland, CA. My friend who helped me stay strong. We love and miss you. #BraveBlackMen, #FreedomFighters.

“You can kill a journalist, but you can’t kill a story.”