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Welcome to our community gathering What´s Good Sis! #3
In celebration of Mozambican National Women's Day on April 7th, What's Good Sis! #3, on the 20th of April, is thrilled to welcome two incredible Mozambican sisters to the forefront: Dilú Matola of and Rita José Seco of Rita's fingermat. Join us as we honor the legacy of Josina Muthemba Machel and the countless African women who paved the way for our liberation and empowerment.


Get ready for an enriching conversation with Dilú and Rita, where we'll delve into their inspiring journeys and celebrate their contributions to our community. Indulge in the flavors of Mozambican cuisine, savoring every bite as we pay homage to our heritage. From vibrant crafts to liberating laughter, this gathering is a tribute to the strength and resilience of black women.

Mozambican National Women's Day holds a special significance, commemorating Josina Muthemba Machel's legacy as a fearless activist in the fight for African women's emancipation. Let's come together to honor her memory and continue the struggle for equality and justice for all. Join us for an authentic and empowering experience at What's Good Sis! #3. 🌺✨ 
*Children from 0-12yrs are welcome.

** 0-1yrs stay with mommy & 4-12yrs have their own program. Program TBA.


April 20th, 11:30-15:00 at Forandringshuset Grønland, 
Grønlandsleiret 41, 
0190 Oslo, Norway.


What´s Good Sis!—is a monthly brunch experience that transcends the ordinary curated for black and brown women in the Nordics. Get ready to immerse yourself in a vibrant celebration of sisterhood, community, and culture.

We aim to fill you up with laughter, soul food and lovely faces that are happy to see you as you prepare for the month ahead, you are welcome sis <3


Main guest Dilú Matola of 


Guest chef Rita Seco of 

What´s Good sis! # 2 March 23rd
- AfroNordic Women´s Month

This march is a special month for us as it´s AfroNordic Women´s month. We are shining a spotlight on AfroNordic women who are driving positive change in Nordic society, enhancing our collective experience in the region. So we’ve got something special planned for the second edition of What´s Good sis!

What´s Good sis! #1 Feb. 24th
For when you as a black or brown woman in Oslo, Norway are looking for a supportive community

Indulge in delicious food, sip on refreshing drinks, and bask in the warmth of sisterhood as we build bridges and amplify the voices of those paving the way for change. This event is all about embracing who you are and celebrating each other's uniqueness.

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