Profiles and Posts

Profiles and Posts

This new short film reenacts Fannie Lou Hamer’s address before the DNC nearly 60 years ago. Her voice remains a prescient reminder of the sacrifices paid for voting rights.
More than a century after Madam C.J. Walker became a self-made millionaire, she is now the latest addition to Barbie's Inspiring Women doll series. A'Lelia Bundles paid tribute to her great-great gran...
Nkechi Taifa reflects on the impact of the new Viola Davis-led film featuring a group of strong, powerful Black women warriors.
People power is born from community organizing that vests power in marginalized. The Midterm Election affirm the importance of the long game.
After years of planning and anticipation, the Mary W. Jackson Neighborhood Center in Olde Hampton honoring NASAs first Black female engineer.
The key witness in Clarence Thomas’s nomination process joins David Remnick and Jane Mayer to discuss how sex and race shaped the new Justice’s experience, and her own.
A conversation across mediums exploring the effects and consequences of the attack on reproduction freedom. We ask—What should be our next move and how can we protect ourselves?
In an escalation of partisan warfare, a little-known dark-money group is trying to thwart the President’s entire slate.
The first Black woman Supreme Court Justice has been officially sworn in. Harvard-trained, Florida-native, Associate Justice Brown Jackson is the first Supreme Court Justice with experience as a publi...
From New Jersey to Mississippi, Charlotte Van Horn never considered life outside of the U.S. Now she leads Black Expats in Panama, offering tours and resettlement support to Black folks dreaming of li...
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