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Meet phenomenal women of our PrimeTime 55+ Directory. We showcase the power and achievements of older Black women. If you’re 55+ and want to be in the company of change agents, submit your profile today!

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SISTERS CIVIC CIRCLE

Black women have always been leaders and in this era, it is no different. Our Sisters Civic Circle provides a space to share trials and triumphs, surface resources, sharpen skills and deepen collaboration.

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HERSTORY SALUTE

Women’s History Month honors Black women patriots and pathfinders, the bold and unbossed; ancestors and living legends making history every day. Along the way, they make a better world for everyone!

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Lesser Versus Evil?

Voting remains a cornerstone of American democracy, but for many Black voters in Michigan, the experience often feels like choosing the lesser of two evils. Similar to other regions where Black voters can make a difference, this sentiment has deep historical roots and reflects the complex dynamics of political engagement.

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We’re Just Sayin’

Commentaries, profiles, news, and views

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Black Music: The Sound of Freedom

From the spirituals flowed melodies for the soul. It transitioned to a syncopation, improv of early folk music evolving into blues, jazz, gospel, swing, R&B and Hip-Hop.

Queering the Future: Black Women Pushing the Culture to Inclusion

This month Unerased | Black Women Speak celebrates the Pride of Black Music with a hearty homage to the influence of queer Black women artists whose voices were never silenced or erased.

Celebrating Three Blues Queens

Musical royalty, they were all late 19th Century contemporaries who staked out their legendary portraits: the First Lady of Blues Mammie Smith, the Mother of Blues Ma Rainey, the Empress of Blues Bessie Smith. 
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