Profiles and Posts

Profiles and Posts

The voices of Black and Brown transwomen are often lost in history. This month, we honor their contributions and center them in the movements they created.
Black women are the highest educated U.S. demographic, but degrees are not closing the racial homeownership and wealth gap.
Rebuilding hope, justice, equity and equality in the midst of the pandemic and a new political, racial and social justice era.
The stunning upset in Georgia was met with the swift enactment of voter restrictions that mirror the Jim Crow era. But, Black women on the ground are fighting back, confident they won’t be stopped.
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.
Incoming Rep. Cori Bush was confused when greeted as 'Breonna.' Stunned, she soon realized that wearing Breonna Taylor's name is more than a political statement.
Voters nationwide turned out in numbers unseen in decades and swept Black women into local and national halls of power.
Gwen McKinney's guest Op-Ed on OWN traces the history of the role of Black women in the women's suffrage movement.
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