Page And Screen

Provocative. Thoughtful. Relevant. We curate the best works from page, screen and mic by, for and about women, power and our world.


Casira Copes calls out the colorism of companies that that "value" diversity and inclusion, but publicize and favor light-skinned images.
Investing influencers who are attracting audiences on the Clubhouse app say bold steps need to be taken to close the wealth gap.
The folk and lore of Rosa Parks does little to complete the picture of the dynamic, skilled and purposeful Civil Rights activist that she was.


The emergence of young Malcolm X is told through the eyes of a daughter – just two years old when he was assassinated – determined to preserve Malcolm’s truth.
Diane McKinney-Whetstone remembers novelist Eric Jerome Dickey who understood Black womanhood.
Two Spelman College BFFs for 50+ years serve a virtual feast of essays on struggles, triumphs, reverence and awe.

Moving Pictures

Homage to Black Music Month – The loud, proud, bombastic Ma Rainey changed the sound of music forever. Take a peek at her "See See Rider."
Hair Discrimination dramatically affects Black women, especially in the workplace and as a form of racial micro-aggression in general. Check out four Black celebrities on this topic.
Tarana Burke, the creator of the #MeToo Movement, has created another movement directed to the Black survivor. Check out this love letter to the Black survivor.