Profiles and Posts

Profiles and Posts

The key witness in Clarence Thomas’s nomination process joins David Remnick and Jane Mayer to discuss how sex and race shaped the new Justice’s experience, and her own.
In the wake of the destruction of Roe v. Wade, we revisit our conversation with Dorothy Roberts, J.D. about the state sanctioned harmed against the Black body.
In an escalation of partisan warfare, a little-known dark-money group is trying to thwart the President’s entire slate.
This fall, we're hosting a series of pro-bono workshops with civic engagement leaders across the country who are working to turn out voters across the generational divide. Sign up now for your chance ...
The first Black woman Supreme Court Justice has been officially sworn in. Harvard-trained, Florida-native, Associate Justice Brown Jackson is the first Supreme Court Justice with experience as a publi...
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 li...
Scholar and race equity titan Lani Guinier, the first Black woman tenured at Harvard Law School, will be remembered as a visionary whose theories will be studied and practiced far into the future.
Black women veterans are not MIA. They just don’t get the props they deserve. We salute this Veterans Day with some light and love to Sheila D. Tyson and the unsung Black women veterans.
The term “WOC” negates racial identity in the service of racial unity and it obscures specific barriers facing Black women. It blends multiethnicities into a recipe of erasure.
The voices of Black and Brown transwomen are often lost in history. This month, we honor their contributions and center them in the movements they created.
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