Delilah Antoinette
United StatesUnited States

I'm the founder of Black Girl's Healing House - a holistic wellness community exclusively for 64.k Black women around the world. Our goal is to connect Black women to Black wellness.

We help bridge the gap between Black women and wellness by connecting our community to some of the most sought after Black female healers across the globe and provide ethically sourced spiritual self-care tools. Our vision is to create safe spaces for Black women to be honored and seen online and in person.

If you like my achievements in community building please give me a heart ❤️. If you want to connect with me please “Message Me”.

  • 1Black Girl's Healing House funded by Facebook as a part of it's Community Accelerator Program 2021
  • 2Black Girl's Healing House funded by Reimagine Main Street as a part of it's Backing Black Business Small Business Grant
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It’s Time To Rewrite The Wellness Narrative For Black Women - Blavity

If you’re interested in sharing your opinion on any cultural, political or personal topic, create an account here and check out our how-to post to learn more. Opinions are the writer’s own and not those of Blavity's. ____ When I was 24, I was just out of college, freshly married and living in a new city. Although people thought I had it all together with a husband and a degree, it wasn’t the life I had imagined for myself. I became pregnant a year into marriage, and my marriage became toxic. I struggled with complex PTSD that eventually manifested into other health issues, a lack of motivation and feelings of fear and isolation. Mental health is not something discussed within the Black community. Even though Black adults in the U.S. are more likely than white adults to report persistent symptoms of emotional distress, only one in three Black adults who...

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5 Mental Health Resources for Black Women

It's okay to not be okay.

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The Wellness Industry Has An Inclusivity Problem. Black Girls Healing House Is Changing That.

The wellness industry has an inclusivity problem. Black Girls Healing house founder Delilah Antoinette is here to change that. R29Unbothered chats with her about how.

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The Rise of Black Wellness Spaces: 3 Women Who Are Creating Inclusivity and Accessibility in the Wellness Industry - Fitbit Blog

As spaces where people of color can feel safe and empowered to prioritize their own health and well-being, Black Spaces have always been significant pillars of the communities they are in. These women are making waves of positive change as they cultivate these spaces—and creating more accessibility in wellness in the process.

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9 Leaders Creating Social Impact For The Black Community - AfroTech

During a time when building real-life connections can be a challenge, online communities have been a saving grace for many. The presence of groups...

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