Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and other Black women voters are joining with Higher Heights and throwing their support behind Sen. Kamala Harris.
Across the country, African Americans were among the millions of U.S. voters who braved everything from long lines, to rainy weather in some states, in order to cast ballots in […]
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.
Name: Cat Brooks State: California Bio: An organizer, activist, and actor, Cat Brooks serves as the Executive Director of the Justice Teams Network, a network of grassroots activists providing rapid response […]
Name: Pamela Price State: California Bio: Pamela Price opened her own civil litigation firm in 1991, and has been a tireless advocate against sex- and race-based discrimination. Price successfully sued the California […]
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. […]
Candidate name: Joi Chevalier State: Texas Bio: For almost two decades, Joi Chevalier has worked as an e-commerce product manager and marketing director for internet venture startups and Fortune 50 companies. She […]
Candidate name: Shirley J. McKellar State: Texas Bio: Shirley J. McKellar became involved in politics when she was 18 years old. She ran unsuccessfully to represent Texas’s 1st Congressional District in […]
Black Women’s Roundtable Confirms It’s The Year Of The Black Woman, And We Are More Powerful Than Ever
“Anyone can win if you vote for them. Black women are voting and running for office, this is the year of the black woman.” That was one of the sentiments […]