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Imma' LG

Calling All Sisters...

L.i.m.i.t.l.e.s.s. G.i.r.l.s., TM is a girls support group of babes with beauty, businesses, and brains. Founded in 2020, LG strives to encourage young ladies to persevere and embrace the things that make them unique. From the age range of 14 through 25, young ladies typically go through many transitional phases. Mentally, physically, and emotionally.


Oftentimes, they go through it alone questioning their existence. Without proper guidance and encouragement, it becomes a struggle for young ladies to find themselves. Leaving them to conform to what society wants them to be instead of living their lives according to the plans God designed for them. 


Our mission as Sisters of the L.i.m.i.t.l.e.s.s. G.i.r.l.s. program is to empower, assist, and support our fellow sisters throughout their daily lives. Reminding them that there is no limit to what they can do; when they know who's and who they are in the midst of it all.



“Don't waste your time trying to provide people with proof of deceit, in order to keep their love, win their love, or salvage their respect for you. The truth is this: If they care they will go out of their way to learn the truth. If they don't then they really don't value you as a human being. The moment you have to sell people on who you are in the moment you let yourself believe that every good thing you have ever done or accomplished was invisible to the world. And, it is not!” ― Shannon L. Alder



“Black females, for the most part, know by the time they are ten years old that the world is not much concerned with the quality of their lives or even their lives at all. When politicians and salespeople start being kind to black women, seeking them out, offering them largesse, the women accept the soft voices, the simpering statements, the often idle promises, because those are likely to be the only flattering behavior directed to them that day. Behind the women's eyes, however, there is a wisdom that does not pretend to be unaware; nor does it permit gullibility.” - Maya Angelou



“I often wonder whether or not education is fulfilling its purpose. A great majority of the so-called educated people do not think logically and scientifically. Even the press, the classroom, the platform, and the pulpit in many instances do not give us objective and unbiased truths. To save man from the morass of propaganda, in my opinion, is one of the chief aims of education. Education must enable one to sift and weigh evidence, to discern the true from the false, the real from the unreal, and the facts from fiction.”
― Coretta Scott King


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"A sister can be seen as someone who is both ourselves and very much not ourselves—a special kind of double"

Toni Morrison

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