Unerased | Black Women Speak 

Shaping Narrative.

Creating Content.

Telling Stories.

We’re proud to elevate Black women, showcasing  talent, tenacity and brilliance. This space is a sampling of warriors, innovators, thought leaders and exemplars – celebrated or underacknowledged – Black women who embody our mission. 


Meet Our Bold and Unbossed Sisters.

  • The first Black woman Supreme Court Justice in the nation's 246-year history. Harvard-trained, Florida-native, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Supreme Court Justice with experience as a public defender.

  • 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 life beyond the border.

We’re Just Saying

Commentaries, profiles, news and views

Surely, Black people began dreaming beyond the American shoreline soon after their arrival. In this episode we visit bustling Black expat communities and unpack the experiences that led them abroad.
In an escalation of partisan warfare, a little-known dark-money group is trying to thwart the President’s entire slate.