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Save Yourself And Stop Clinging On The Coattails Of Black Women’s Ambition For Change

"For generations, Black women have made it their lifelong mission to take care of everyone while never skipping out on our responsibilities — even the ones that we didn’t choose."
Jenelle Parrish
 • 4 months ago

'We Sprinkle Black Girl Magic All Across The Field:' Waves Of Black Women Are Winning Elections In Tennessee

“In Shelby County, we sprinkle black girl magic all across the field, everywhere.”
Charmaine Griffin
 • 4 months ago

'Who Hurt You, Sis?': Why Black Women Deserve To Never Hear This Phrase Again

Honestly, who hasn’t tried to hurt us?
Amanda Monroe
 • 4 months ago

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

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

Why Getting Paid Leave Right Is A Racial Justice Imperative That You Should Care About

Workers of color are the most at risk.
Vasu Reddy
 • 4 months ago

Black Women, When It Comes To Politics, We’re Major Keys In More Ways Than One

Time for the democratic party to step it up and support us.
Councilmember Tonya Burke
 • 5 months ago

Issa Rae Speaks Out On That ‘Awkward Black Girl’ Passage About Asian Men & Black Women Dating That Got Everyone’s Undies In A Bunch

“Of course it was a joke, but I was like, ‘this is what I’m getting dragged for?’”
Tonja Renée Stidhum
 • 6 months ago

Nia Wilson Deserved Better From Oakland, A City Many No Longer Recognize

An Oakland native reflects on the impact and implications of another black girl’s slaying in their hometown.
De La
 • 7 months ago

How Trump's 'Gag Rule' Impacts Black Communities And Why We Must Fight To Keep Title X

The gag rule is a dangerous policy that could strip health care away from millions of people with low incomes by undermining Title X, the nation’s program for affordable birth control and reproductive health care.
Kelley Robinson
 • 7 months ago

In A World That Praises Loud, Proud And Opinionated Black Women, Here’s Why I Often Feel Left Out

Being a quiet person can be ostracizing. Being a quiet black girl can be even more ostracizing.
Nena Malikah
 • 7 months ago

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