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The story of Abigail was lost in history; until The Historian, Martha S. Jones, wrote a brilliant article in remembrance of her journey and all she endured.
Three Black women leading the charge for a new Democratic South through voter registration, grassroots organizing, and speaking truth to power are named 2021 Glamour Women of the Year.
Unerased creator Gwen McKinney takes on the blatant lack of representation of Black women over 55 on primetime cable news.
In 2020, Ciitizen convened a group to ask--if breast cancer disproportionately affects Black women, why aren't more Black women participating in clinical trials?
A civil rights expert who delivered a scathing indictment of Facebook’s record last year is concerned about how the tech giant is addressing hate speech and other harms.
The attorney general, who oversaw the inquiry into sexual harassment allegations against Andrew Cuomo, will challenge Gov. Kathy Hochul for the Democratic nomination.
Butler, a leader in Democratic politics, campaign strategy, and the labor movement for two decades, has dedicated her life to helping women find their voice.
Ten current and former Black female D.C. police officers filed a lawsuit alleging “repeated, coordinated and relentless retaliation” against Black female officers.
Unerased honors the life and legacy of songstress, poet and playwright Julia Nixon – a woman whose art will live in the hearts of many.
Nikole Hannah-Jones chose Howard University, supporting a flourishing Black institution where her talents are celebrated, not erased. We feature her statement on that decision.
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