In June, Shoe Palace continued our female empowerment initiative. We partnered with Cool Ass Black Woman (CABW) and produced an all-female conference for girls between the ages of 13-18 years old. The conference was created to uplift young girls of all backgrounds and teach them self-care techniques through our “For Her Program.” Along with different speaking stations, we gave out care packages with female hygiene products, custom shirts, socks, and daily essential items. Shoe Palace wants to thank all the guest speakers, and the youth, who attended.
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