African American Women Meetup Groups

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For Black & Latinos in NYC, new to the area, or visiting NYC to meet up for drinks, vibe, convo for networking & friendship.

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Black/Latino Networkers
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www.KinkyCurlyCoilyMe.com has thousands of gorgeous CurlFriends that are always looking to meet up with eachother. We made the decision to create a Meet Up group and host meet ups regularly. We are so happy to have you join us and many other naturals

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CurlFriends
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The New York Black Business Network, New York Black Expo and the New York Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce created this meetup group with the purpose of organizing a city wide network of business owners and entrepreneurs. These events include b

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Entrepreneurs & Business Owners
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Atlanta's Natural Hair Support Group! Meet with other local black women and men in Atlanta, Georgia who choose to wear their hair natural. Gather to commune and support one another on this journey of relaxer-free hair! Discuss our natural hair care,

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Naturals
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Dallas Black Professionals Social Network. Dallas Black Professionals Social Network seeks to link Black Professionals within the Dallas Forth Worth metroplex with others through fun and exciting events to attend. Our goal is to connect professional

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BLACK PROFESSIONALS
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Flyy Girls NYC is a group for women (20s & 30's+) who simply want to get together with other girls to have fun, laugh, and of course...be Flyy. Our goal is for each young woman to join this group and make real honest friendships with others. I want t

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Flyy Girls
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iBlack is… The leading lifestyle portal for black professionals in the DC area. We host up to 30 unique theme oriented events each month for black professionals. As a member of iBlack, you can…Participate in lifestyle activities that matter to you;

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Goombay Adventurers welcome's you to the hottest organized social and sports group of Atlanta.  Throughout the year we will be hosting sports leagues, pick up games, tournaments, social activities and adventure trips for African-American adults from

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Nothing about natural hair is new! There has always been ladies who choose to wear their hair in it's natural state. Many of those ladies were under the age of eight, or adults looked at as being different. Now a days, more and more African American

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Cuties
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Welcome to Black Professionals Under 30 Looking to meet fellow Black Professionals - in a fun and friendly setting - without any other agenda? Well, look no further! BPU-30 is the #1 organization for socializing and networking with other Black profes

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PROFESSIONALS

Newest Meetup Groups

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January 28, 2015
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The mission of this group is to unite young Liberians within Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, through coordinated social and professional programs. Programs will include happy hour networking socials, professional building workshops, organized

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Member
January 28, 2015

We are a group of black women who love to read, want to read more and meet like minded women. We are here to inspire women to read, share literature, fellowship, and encourage others in the joy of reading. We are an eclectic group of women and so are

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Member
January 28, 2015
Private

I would like about 12-15 of us to meet weekly or biweekly over three manuscripts of up to 5000 words. To start, length of workshop will be 6 mos and is suitable for writers beginning to advanced. The group will perhaps be a better fit if you are use

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January 27, 2015

Womb Crafting, a group for Womyn who desire to meet, learn and share healing knowledge and experiences in a safe space. Come as you are wherever you are in your life. I created this group out of the need for Womyn who have experienced any Womb trauma

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January 26, 2015

United We Om is a fellowship that encourages unity in yoga in the West. When Krishnamacharya accepted his first female student Indra Devi in India in the 1930s, a revolution in yoga began. He knew diversity was important for the spread of yoga. Today

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Member
January 26, 2015

Diva’s Hideaway is a network of women of color, professionals, entrepreneurs, stay-at-home and hardworking single mothers to travel together, learn from each other, to educate each other through our culture, to meet new people and make lasting frien

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Member
January 25, 2015

Welcome to the number one place to meet like minded black women who love food and travel. Our goal is not to have hundreds of inactive members, but to have a small tight knit group of young women that have the time and means to travel domestically an

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Travelistas
January 25, 2015

GC is a Professional Women’s Networking Marketing organization that offers an industry exclusive networking experience designed to help women of color create partnerships with each other to generate ideas, alliances, and revenues within a structured­

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Destiny Partners
January 25, 2015

Friday nights don't have to be spent at the bar. Join us for Friday night African dance class. It's a mix of of traditional African and the hottest African Hip-Hop dances from the Metro cities of Brooklyn, Lagos, Conakry, Abidjan, Accra and in Camero

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January 25, 2015

This group is for anyone of African descent living in Calgary who want to begin a journey of self and national discovery. It matters not where you're from, what language(s) you speak, what culture you practice.  It only matters that you are of Africa

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