Congresswoman-Elect Cori Bush: Black Women Aren’t Running To Be ‘The ‘First,’ But So That We’re Not The Last
We’re still waking up every day to a world that many fervently want to believe is “post-racial,” but it simply is not.
In the past year and a half, Colorado’s Democratic governor has appointed more Black women to the statewide bench than his 42 predecessors combined.
An educator, spiritual leader and entrepreneur raised in a family of successful community leaders, Stotts Pearson is once again standing up for the people of Tennessee.
Kimbrough Hayes, an attorney, and pastor who is running to be the next U.S. Senator from Tennessee is ready to bring about national change.
Foy, who delayed her campaign to focus on being a delegate amid the COVID-19 pandemic, is more determined than ever to serve Virginians.
Barack Obama became the first Black person to reach America’s highest office, but we’ve always had ties to it. Geneticist Bettye Kearse sheds light on her family’s relationship to President James Madison.
In this election, a number of sisters are the key members of the brain trust behind several presidential bids.
During Tuesday night's debate in South Carolina, the former vice-president vowed to ensure representation in the nation's highest court.
A survey conducted by the Black Women’s Roundtable shows which issues concern Black women the most.
If career longevity is a skill, then Ryan is a master.
For those worried about an unpopular John Cornyn sailing to reelection in 2020, back some of the other candidates running for Senate from Texas—including a Black woman.
Supporters are calling on Democratic leadership to formally reprimand Donald Trump for inciting hate speech and violence toward the congresswoman.
Mayor Warren has made improving public education for the students of Rochester a primary focus of her two-term tenure.
Black women in leadership roles are imperative. But voters also need to be informed about a candidate’s politics, their values, and who and what they are willing to fight for and against.
Candidate name: Kimberly Fobbs State: Oklahoma Bio: Kimberly Fobbs, chair of the Tulsa County Democratic Party, was a “why child,” questioning why things work the way they do and why certain […]
Candidate name: Rosalyn L. Glenn State: South Carolina Bio: Rosalyn L. Glenn has built her campaign around raising the bar for fiscal responsibility, renewing trust and integrity in leadership, and […]
Candidate name: Erika Stotts Pearson State: Tennessee Bio: Raised in a family of successful community leaders in Tennessee’s Shelby and Fayette counties, Erika Stotts Pearson has served her community in many capacities, and […]
Candidate name: Charlotte Bergmann State: Tennessee Bio: Charlotte Bergmann touts pulling herself out of poverty to attain the American dream and her Christian faith as the foundation of her politics. […]