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In what became a dying declaration Dr. Susan Moore warned, “I put forth and I maintain: If I was White, I wouldn’t have to go through that.”
"I felt like it was necessary to be seen and to not be a hidden figure...because the level of visibility that it would have to younger scientists and also to people of color."
Rashida Jones will become the most prominent Black woman in the cable news industry.
At 16, Barbara Rose Johns led a student strike and with support filed the largest and only student initiated case consolidated into Brown v. Board of Education.
“Black women decide elections. We can decide we are going to elect Black women up and down the ballot.”
Visit The Atlantic's COVID-19 Tracking Project to see daily updates and trends on the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Megan Thee Stallion tackles the misogyny, gender-based violence, the failures of policing, and why protecting Black women should never be controversial.
Millennials aren’t partying during the pandemic...they’re serving your drinks.
Balancing the emotional, physical, and mental care of incarcerated family can be especially taxing for Black women
The New Yorker's Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor unpacks the legacy of Barbara Smith and the Black feminist visionaries of the Combahee River Collective.
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