This space salutes Patriots and Pathfinders, the Bold and Unbossed. Their contributions,  celebrated and unknown,  are the stuff of women warriors. Some have joined the ancestors, becoming one. Others, alive and thriving, continue to make their mark today. They’ve toiled in the vineyards of “women’s work”– collaborative, intersectional change agents, sewing common threads of heart and valor.

Thank you Sisters! You light our path and tell our story, giving hope for the ages.

Patriots and Pathfinders

The 1960's whirlwind of change brought a new form of LGBTQ activism, led by Marsha P. Johnson and other transwomen who made a lasting imprint on the movement.
“Young, Gifted and Black” embodied the light that was Lorraine Hansberry who maximized every moment of her short life with pathos and meaning.
Who was the first Black woman to be tapped as a vice presidential candidate? It's not who you think. Charlotta Bass paved the way in 1952 as the VP candidate on the Progressive Party ticket.


Unerased sits down with Jackie Jones, Dean of Morgan State University's School of Global Journalism and Communications to talk about her vision for the future.
This month we salute Ricki Fairley and the triumphant breast cancer survivors whose mission is 365-24/7, taking awareness to the level of Breast Cancer Vigilance.
NY Attorney General Letitia James is unafraid to take on power forces. She was in the news recently for releasing the damning evidence on sexual improprieties that forced Cuomo to resign.


Singing through their pain, these superstars endured trauma and addiction to produce unforgettable music. Let’s celebrate their soaring legacies.
We celebrate our Rock Stars seeding power, democratic change, and activism across lines real and imagined.
From legal lions to voting-rights knights, these Rock Star women are fusing their collective power to push progressive change.