Just Sayin’

Read forward. Listen up. We’ve got a lot to say from the state of our families to the state of the world. We share commentaries, profiles, poems, podcasts and essays.

Profiles and Posts

Over a century before Black women sent one of their own to the Vice Presidency, their foremothers gathered in numbers before unseen to harness their collective power and fight for the rights of all.
Melanie Campbell could not be stopped. Fighting to uplift the power of Black women's voices, nothing slowed her down until COVID-19 came to her door.
The term “WOC” negates racial identity in the service of racial unity and it obscures specific barriers facing Black women. It blends multiethnicities into a recipe of erasure.

Poetry Corner

Now you understand / Just why my head’s not bowed / I don’t shout or jump about / Or have to talk real loud.
And how you swore, if somebody beeped the bell, And how my heart played hopscotch if the telephone rang;
And how you swore, if somebody beeped the bell, And how my heart played hopscotch if the telephone rang;
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