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The Feud Has Ended, But Let's Have Another Conversation

They are not just angry black women!
Joshua Rodgers
 • 3 months ago

Why It’s Easy To Become An Angry Black Woman In Our Trump-Kavanaugh America

"There is much that has already been written about the manner in which now Justice Kavanaugh presented himself. There is much more that should be written."
Crystal Holmes
 • 3 months ago

Black Women Can’t Afford To Wait: Why Black Women’s Equal Pay Day Is Important

"Much like the feminist movement, black women are being largely ignored by the equal pay movement."
Dalana Brand
 • 5 months ago

Why We Need More Black Female Commentators Over The Airwaves, In Opinion Columns And On Commentary Talk Shows

We can’t expect discrimination to end until we see real equality in media circles.
 • 7 months ago

These 100-Year-Old Women Say Staying Single Helped Them Live Long Lives: 'I’d Rather Be Left In Peace, Not In Pieces'

"Why break up the fun?" one of the centenarian women asked.
Kimberley Richards
 • 9 months ago

#FREETHECHEEKS: How Two Sisters Are Helping Black Women Express Themselves Through Sensual Dance

Sisterhood, Dance and the Erotic
Lorraine Avila
 • 9 months ago

Trayvon Martin’s Mother Sybrina Fulton Just Became A Delta Sigma Theta Soror

Sybrina Fulton joined the Miami alumnae chapter of the organization.
Kimberley Richards
 • 9 months ago

Olympic Bobsledders Elana Meyers Taylor And Aja Evans Are Breaking Barriers In Athletics And Beyond

These two women are unstoppable.
Blavity Team
 • 10 months ago

Praise The Lorde: How Audre Lorde Created A Lasting Shift In How I Tell My Story

"What are the words you do not yet have? What do you need to say?"
Latoya Sinclair
 • 10 months ago

This 91-Year-Old Doctor, Whose Grandfather Was Born A Slave, Still Practices Medicine In Harlem

"I feel that I would like to continue practicing as long as I can and make a dent in the people I see."
Kimberley Richards
 • 10 months ago

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