Society & Culture
“Where you see wrong or inequality or injustice, speak out, because this is your country. This is your democracy. Make it. Protect it. Pass it on.”Thurgood Marshall, Supreme Court Justice
It’s been 400 years, and there are still roughly two million Black bodies in shackles on American soil.
Countless Black women are in the grave due to assault, injury, and murder by police officers. #SayHerName
When Black women are left unprotected in the face of violence, we are stymied in the ability to self-actualize and in the opportunity to live. The damage is holistic.
Black women have fought against voter suppression for decades. How can you help ensure that everyone’s voice is heard for the next election?
How do the presidential candidates’ proposed policies stack up in the pursuit of racial equity?