Page And Screen

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


The New Yorker's Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor unpacks the legacy of Barbara Smith and the Black feminist visionaries of the Combahee River Collective.
"Hidden Figure" and NASA's first Black woman engineer will now be the namesake of NASA's Washington, D.C. headquarters.
Breonna Taylor, Tanisha Anderson and Atatiana Jefferson - three unarmed Black women killed by police. But, none of their deaths sparked outrage comparable to the police killings of Black men.


Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, The AFRO Newspaper released a special edition celebrating Black women suffragists from the Nation's Capital.
This ground-breaking investigation gives lie to the notion of the fragile, defenseless White mistress, withering under the boot of antebellum patriarchy and slavery.
Overlooked and underestimated, Ida B. Wells single-handedly changed the course of American history.

Moving Pictures

Miss Juneteenth commemorates the holiday by celebrating the pageantry tradition of mother and daughter.
Educator and activist Septima Clark, championed literacy and citizenship workshops to help Black people prevail against racist voter suppression laws of the Jim Crow era.
Somewhere between high school bassoon practice and college activism, Sharon Farmer stumbled into photography. A path that would lead to becoming the Chief Official White House Photographer.