#blackwidowmagic

2019 Ms. Black Widow Magic

Meet our 2019 Ms. Black Widow Magic USA, Sheb Eversley

(Baltimore, Maryland)

and

Ms. Black Widow Magic International, Faith Audu 

(Lagos, Nigeria)

Black Widow Magic is a feeling, an expression of accomplishment, and resilience for the black and brown widow who has decided that her past struggle will not define her current state. She has decided to move forward and empower others with renewed strength, zest, and faith.  This woman is unstoppable and is consistent in empowering her widowed sistas

 

Do you know someone who exemplifies Black Widow Magic? If she performs all of these qualities identified below, then she is eligible for nomination

 

-inspires other women

-passionate about her work

-shows creativity and innovation 

-shows honesty and integrity

-respected by her peers

-loves what she does

-empowers other widows

-displays sisterhood among her black and brown widowed sisters

-a widow of color 

 

 

 

nominations will be announced on:

   * National Widow's Day,  - May 3 (for USA nominations only)

 ** International Widow's Day  - June 23 (for widows outside of the usa)

 

What does this mean for the widow being nominated?

 

This means that you have been recognized by your peers, family or friends. you will also be entered into the final list of candidates after the completion of the final campaign in June.

 

Final voting to be tallied by year-end with the final selection of Ms. Black Widow Magic USA and Ms. Black Widow Magic International in January!

 

Do you see these special qualities in a widow who has that #blackwidowmagic? Nominate them today!

 

Due dates for entries: 

 

May 3 - National Widow's Day - due date to submit your entry for recognition on this day is April 19. 

June 23 - International Widow's Day - due date to submit your entry for recognition on this day is June 14 (nominations open May 4)

December 1 - January 31 -  entries to be reviewed for determination of Ms. Black Widow magic USA 2020 and ms. black widow magic international 2020

*National Widow's Day was created on May 3, 2014, by Widow Wednesday organization as a day of recognition of widows. Widow Wednesday is a 501c3 non-profit founded in 2012 by Jimmy Chouteau, with the goal of assisting widows and widowers in the Kansas City area.  Their goal is to connect and build relationships with the widows in our community, sharing God’s love and care for them in visible, practical ways. 

 

**International Widow's Day was established by The Loomba Foundation to raise awareness of the issue of widowhood. The significance of June 23 is that it was on that day in 1954 that Shrimati Pushpa Wati Loomba, mother of the foundation's founder, Lord Loomba, became a widow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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