Before #Metoo: HOW ANITA HILL CHANGED AMERICA

At a reception this weekend, I saw Anita Hill sitting quietly at a table while she waited to receive an award for her leadership as an activist.  I felt emotional when I saw Hill, which felt strange to me, so I tried to dissect my feelings. This post is in honor of...

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Remembering Oramenta Newsome

Much thanks to Sheila Maith and Wallace H. Newsome for writing and sharing this tribute to Oramenta Newsome with us. Oramenta Fleming Newsome was born on March 21, 1955, in Tuskegee, Ala. She was the daughter of the late Pink Fleming and Mable Jessie. She spent her...

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7 Resources to Help You Own Your Political Power!

After the election of Doug Jones to the United States Senate, many Americans issued a collective "Thank You"  to Black Women in Alabama.  These sheroes chose Jones over Moore by a whopping 98% and delivered the historic victory. Black women are on a roll but we cannot...

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