Bold and Unbossed

Bold and Unbossed

Rev. Leah has married political activism, religion and ancestral connection into a progressive Molotov to ignite change and illuminate darkness.
Sharon Richardson is cheffing community and causes in her kitchen to flip the narrative on the lives of formerly incarcerated women.
No matter how low Trump’s approval ratings sink, Sayu Bhojwani stays focused on other measures, insisting it’s detrimental to conclude he’ll go down in wholesale voter rejection.
Denise Rolark-Barnes acknowledges that print journalism was her first love but confesses to quietly stoking another passion that was less toil than running a weekly newspaper.
Sharon Farmer planned on orchestral performance as a career. But somewhere between high school bassoon practice and Ohio State University activism, she stumbled on photography.
How would our nation look today if philanthropic powers had opened their coffers to the likes of Fannie Lou Hamer, Silvia Rivera, Yuri Kochiyama and Wilma Mankiller?
At the age of 24, Diane Nash faced police violence and the threat of a Mississippi prison cell while four months pregnant— but refused to back down.
Puerto Rico’s fiery mayor first staked her claim on the national stage when she challenged the federal government’s abominable response to Hurricane Maria back in 2017.
Letitia James hit a trifecta as the first elected woman attorney general, the first Black woman elected to statewide office and the first person of color – male or woman – to hold the AG position.
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