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The Revolutionaries

Why THIS Conference?

Equality - Equity - Reconcilation 

FOLLOW BLACK WOMEN: They Will Lead the Revolution

Catriceology Enterprises’ one-day inaugural racial justice conference is for every woman passionate about and committed to racial justice and racial equity especially for black women. All women are invited to join us for a powerful, eye-opening, take-action conference in Omaha, NE on Thursday, October 11, 2018. This conference is for women leaders, entrepreneurs, career women, business owners, and social and racial justice activists.

The theme is FOLLOW BLACK WOMEN: They Will Lead the Revolution. This conference is hosted by a black woman, especially for black women and features dynamic speakers who are black women. Three phenomenal women will grace us with their brilliance and Black Girl Magic to create a meaningful moment in which participants learn how to step up and lead, support black women and get out of the way so black women can lead the revolution of racial justice and women’s equity.

This one-day conference for women will showcase brilliant black women leaders, teachers, activists and healers doing powerful, transformative work in the world to rigorously advocate for truth, justice, freedom, equity and liberation for black and brown people. Specifically, this conference will focus on highlighting the brilliance, resilience and vision for black women leading the way to racial justice reconciliation and restoration.  

Topics and sessions will emphasize the following topics: personal anti-racism work, dismantling white supremacy systemically, anti-blackness racism, disparities among black women, effective activist/ally actions and healing and restoration for black women.

  • Black and brown people are emotionally, spiritually and literally dying because of racism.
  • THIS conference will move you beyond theory into intentional action. 
  • This conference won't dance around the taboo issues of racism and oppression.
  • We will not be sugar-coating the truth by talking about diversity and inclusion.
  • We will stare racism and white supremacy in the face and unflinchingly dig up its lethal roots to talk candidly about how racism is detrimental to the lives of black and brown people.
  • This conference will be relevant, real and raw.
  • THIS conference is for people who are sick and tired of talking about racism in theory and who are ready to do their own personal anti-racism work.
  • This conference is for those who are ready to take swift and strategic action to dismantle white supremacy.
  • This conference is for those who are ready to advance the women's movement by listening to and following the brilliant and unapologetic leadership of black women. 
  • This conference is for black women who are ready to lead their own personal and social revolution. 
  • This conference is for ALL women who are ready to create space for black women to lead and to be the wind beneath their wings. 

This is Why You Need to Be Here! 
Black, Brown and White Women
You need to be here! 

Watch, get inspired, make the commitment and register today! 
Black Women Rock
They Will Lead the Revolution! 

Listen To
Black Women

They Will Lead the Revolution

Follow Black Women 

  1. Managing Director
    Catrice M. Jackson, is the Global Visionary Leader of the Awakened Conscious Shift, the CEO of Catriceology Enterprises, an international speaker, and a best-selling author, is a straight up, on the rocks with no chaser voice for racial justice who is unapologetic and unflinching with her anti-racism message. She is the catalytic creator of SHETalks WETalk Race Talks for Women and WETalks for Women of Color. Catrice is strong medicine and serves up hard truths necessary to eliminate the lethal infection of racism from humanity. She realizes that her approach may be rebuked and her flavor undesired. Catrice knows she is not for everyone and that everyone won’t like her, and she is unbothered by both. She is unmoved by naysayers and does her work authentically and unapologetically with a revolutionary spirit and believes that justice is love.
    Catrice M. Jackson - Racial Justice Educator, Speaker & Author
  2. Managing Director
    Dr. Nekima Levy-Armstrong is a civil rights attorney, activist, legal scholar, and nationally recognized expert on issues at the intersections of race, public policy, economic justice, public education, juvenile justice, and the criminal justice system. She previously served as a full time Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas Law School for thirteen years, where she founded and directed the Community Justice Project, an award-winning civil rights legal clinic. Dr. Levy-Armstrong's work has been featured in The Associated Press, The Crisis Magazine, Huffington Post, and the Star Tribune, to name a few. She has appeared on national news outlets such as CNN, PBS, Democracy Now, Al Jazeera America, News One, and HuffPost Live. Currently, she is co-owner and Principal Consultant of Black Pearl, LLC.
    Nekima Levy-Armstrong - Civil Rights Attorney & Social Justice Expert
  3. Managing Director
    Tiffany Miller’s mission is heart-centered and profound: Inspire women of color to live in bloom. Her work evolves as she gathers experiences and expertise from living life in full bloom as a mother, a poet, a teacher, a healer, an artist, and an entrepreneur. She stores up life’s secrets and releases them generously, and with utmost care, to inspire her clients to heal, be unapologetically themselves, and stretch their abilities and aspirations. The results of Tiffany’s creativity and guidance are obvious if you talk to anyone she has worked with. From welcoming the benefits of energetic healing to discovering a personal vision to finding the way to a new career to connecting and collaborating in sisterhood, Tiffany inspires women of color to bloom.
    Tiffany Miller - Creative Coach, Healer & Poet
Black women have had to develop a larger vision of our society than perhaps any other group. They have had to understand white men, white women, and black men. And they have had to understand themselves. When black women win victories, it is a boost for virtually every segment of society."

Angela Davis 
Follow Black Women


8:30 - 9:00 - Registration & Breakfast 

9:00 - 9:30 - Catrice M. Jackson - Welcome - Black Women Will Lead the Revolution

9:30 - 9:45 - Tiffany Miller - Follow Black Women: A Spoken Word Presentation

9:45 - 10:45 - Rachel Ricketts - Getting Thru Grief: Embracing Discomfort + Doing the Work 

10:45 - 11:00 - BREAK 

11:00 - 12:30 - Layla SaadReclaiming Our Narratives & Owning Our Stories:
De-Centering The White Gaze

12:30 - 1:30 - Lunch - Spoken Word Performance - Jamese Grace

1:30 -  2:45 - Nekima Levy PoundsFight the Power: Help Black Women Get Elected

2:45 - 3:00 - BREAK 

3:00 -4:00 - Tiffany MillerKnow Thyself, Heal Thyself, Lead Thyself

Catrice M. Jackson - Concurrent Session for White Women: Anti-Blackness: Name It, Own It and Eradicate It  

4:00 - 4:45 - All Featured Speakers: Panel Session: How to Get Out of the Way and Follow While Black Women Lead 
Layla Saad, Nekima Levy-Armstrong, Tiffany Miller, Rachel Ricketts 

4:45 - 5:00 - Catrice M. Jackson - Closing & Call to Action
​The Blackprint: How to Follow and Amplify Black Women 

The Black Girl Magic

The Blackprint Part One: Why Black Women Will Lead the Revolution

A poignent and powerful mini-sesssion lays the foundation of this year's theme Follow Black Women. Catrice M. Jackson opens the conference with historical and contextual references and real stories to illustrate and substantiate why black women will lead the women's revolution and why you should Follow Black Women.  Catrice M. Jackson shares why the current feminist model (White Feminism) silences, marginalizes and oppresses black women, how non-black women can move to the side to clear space for black women to lead and how to support and amplify them while following their lead. 

Follow Black Women: A Spoken Word Presentation 

A dynamic, electrifying, and soul-stirring spoken word presentation performed by Tiffany Miller one of the featured conference speakers. Make no mistake about it, Tiffany's spoken word will give you something you can feel. Her message is fire for your spirit and balm for the black woman's soul. Tiffany Miller is pure Black Girl Magic! 

Getting Thru Grief: Embracing Discomfort + Doing the Work

Rachel Ricketts, in this session, will unpack and honour the various forms of loss and grief all hue-mans, but particularly Black womxn, experiences as a result of racism and sexism. The main takeaways include: an understanding of what grief is, how it is an inherent part of the racial justice struggle, the ways grief impacts + obstructs our ability to further racial justice and spiritual tools for Black womxn to honour our losses and for White womxn to move through discomfort and get to work. 

Reclaiming Our Narratives & Owning Our Stories: De-Centering The White Gaze

Layla Saad invites you to explore the insidious ways through which the White Gaze shapes how black women see themselves, how they connect with others and how they show up in the world - and what black women can do to de-center whiteness and re-center our blackness so that black women can heal, thrive and lead the way. Layla will also talk about her personal journey of challenging the White Gaze and how white feminism seeks to deny, silence and erase black women. Here's what you'll learn:

  • What the White Gaze is, and how black women and woc are seen through the white imagination.
  • How the White Gaze affects how we see ourselves (what self-judgements we hold, and how we hold our voices back because of the White Gaze).
  • The ways in which we are unknowingly complicit in perpetuating the White Gaze towards ourselves and other black and brown people.
  • How the White Gaze affects our creativity, our voice, the way we present ourselves and what we believe to be true about ourselves and the world.
  • How the White Gaze affects our ability to speak our truths and do our creative work to our fullest potential.

Fight the Power: Help Black Women Get Elected

Nekima Levy Pounds will shed undeniable light on the challenges that Black women face when running for political offices and how white allies can work strategically to help Black women win. This session will also discuss the role of white progressives in either working for or against Black women candidates. White women allies will learn how to effectively leverage their social capital, resources, and networks to help position Black women candidates to be successful. Black women will be equipped and empowered to run for office and win. 

Know Thyself, Heal Thyself, Lead Thyself

A Special Session for Black and Brown Women: Women of Color will discover how to lead others through expanding knowledge of self, forgiving yourself to heal yourself, and trusting your voice to lead unapologetically.  

  • Know Thyself: Define who you are to live as your authentic self.
  • Heal Thyself:   Learn how to do the work within to heal yourself and fulfill your soul purpose.
  • Lead Thyself:   Discover how to trust your voice, your knowledge and intuition to lead others.

Concurrent Session for White Women: Anti-Blackness: Name It, Own It, Eradicate It 

One of the major reasons you don't find black women in leadership positions is because EVERYONE is anti-black including, non-black people of color and black people, and especially white people. Many white women would never admit it, but they struggle taking leadership from black women, especially powerful and unapologetic black women. In order to truly support, nourish, amplify and follow black women you must discover where anti-blackness lives in you and name it, own it, and eradicate it. 

Panel Discussion: How to Get Out of the Way and Follow While Black Women Lead 

Catrice M. Jackson and all of the featured speakers will lead a discussion on why black women will lead the revolution, how black women can start their own revolution and how non-black women can create space for black women to lead while supporting their vision and amplifying their voice. 

A Call for Action

The conference will conclude with a clear, intentional, and tangible call to action and stragetic next steps to help attendees use their time, money, resources and energy to support, empower, nourish and amplify the voices and visions of black women worldwide. 

What Your Ticket Includes


Your non-refundable ticket provides you with admission to the one-day conference on Thursday October 11, 2018 and ncludes breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack.  Participants will also receive a conference swag bag to include a copy of a social/racial justice book. 


Important: After paying for your ticket you will be redirected to a page to enter your information to be added to the guest list. If you are NOT redirected, click on RETURN TO MERCHANT while in PayPal to be directed to the sign up page. In the event neither works, email Catrice to be added to the guest list. You can also request an invoice my emailing Catrice if you plan to have your employer pay for the conference.





Donate a ticket so a black woman can attend for FREE.  
Ticket price includes the full day conference, meals and a participant swag bag. 
Admission to the one-day conference. Ticket price includes the full day conference, meals and a participant swag bag. 





This ticket is for students age 18-24 currently
enrolled in college ONLY. Ticket price includes the full day conference, meals and a participant swag bag. 
Get access to the conference sessions via Live Stream. This ticket will allow you into a private Facebook group where you'll be able to view the conference online. 

Conference Location & Hotel Accommodations

PHONE: 402.341.2500

WEBSITE:  https://magnoliahotels.com/omaha/

IMPORTANT UPDATE: UPDATE: The room block rate has expired. You’ll need to contact the hotel directly to make a reservation. This means the $149 per night rate has expired. 

PARKING: You will need to park on the street in metered parking and or use the valet service to park in the private lot in the back of the hotel for a FEE. Fees may range from $10-$15 per day. 

Magnolia Hotel: Omaha 
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Here, you’ll discover the inviting warmth of pure hospitality in the center of downtown Omaha. A destination at the heart of the arts and entertainment district, the historic Old Market, Orpheum Theatre, Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha Children’s Museum, Holland Performing Arts Center, Joslyn Art Museum and CenturyLink Center are all nearby for your enjoyment. Magnolia Omaha is also conveniently located near all major corporate headquarters and offices in downtown. With unparalleled and instinctual service complemented by artfully restored historic details and a modern flair, we look forwarding to welcoming you home.
  1. Ballroom
  2. Courtyard
  3. Guestroom
  4. Hotel Lounge


Our Partners

We are seeking some powerful and passionate partners to help make this conference a raving success. We would love your support and contributions to make it happen. Making a financial donation to the conference is the best way to support. 
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