"Let’s be clear about that."
Black leaders gathered this week to discuss the criminal justice system, domestic violence and economic empowerment. But Black joy and fellowship also graced the agenda.
Resistance, solutions and empowerment are center of this year's conference.
“Reclaiming Our Time” is the official theme of the Women's March 'Women’s Convention' next month in Detroit.
Erricka Bridgeford is reclaiming her Baltimore neighborhood and hoping to rid it of the gun violence that has taken away so many lives.
Women’s March leaders, including Tamika Mallory, Linda Sarsour, Carmen Perez and Bob Bland spearheaded the demonstration.
"The narrative that the growth of women's elected leadership has stagnated or declined is not true for women of color."
This year's Multicultural Media Correspondents' Dinner was evidence that America's newsrooms are changing for the better.
This Woman's Daughter Was Nearly Kidnapped. Now, She's Challenging Law Enforcement To Protect Black Women and Girls
The Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls (CCBWG) will hold a forum to discuss the nationwide problem of missing women and children of color, with the goal of finding the best practices and solutions to prevent the disparity and bring the missing home.
In less than a year, the museum already boasts one million visitors — including President Donald Trump as of Tuesday.
We caught up with a few Black women voters to see what they thought about the debate and discuss what issues matter most to our communities.