These advocates made sure Black women had a seat at the voting table
With their She Can development fund, empowering a new generation of changemakers takes center stage.
“I really loved building Travel Noire, letting it go was bittersweet, but is something that I detail extensively in my new book about starting over,” says Flores.
"There are many history lessons around the financial turmoil that Black people and families have faced. This is an injustice that can no longer be ignored,” says Barnes.
MJ and LJ met on a flight from Amsterdam to Nairobi. Now, they’re exploring the globe together while creating a thriving travel platform.
"This is our opportunity to create wealth and something more dynamic than a 401k,” says co-founder Means Cameron.
On Tuesday, August 18, the New York Times will broadcast a virtual play based on Veronica Chambers's book, "Finish the Fight!: The Brave and Revolutionary Women Who Fought for the Right to Vote."
The struggle to establish Martin Luther King Jr. Day took place over half a century. As we celebrate it today, we should not forget that King’s holiday, his legacy and his dream are still under siege.
Some politicians got a little bit too out of pocket on occasions, but these Black women put them in their places.