In an op-ed, Melanie Campbell voices that "Black women expect a reduction in structural racism and restoration in the health of our communities."
California, Texas, and 12 other states are heading to the polls today. Plus more stories you may have missed.
When will a Black woman be president of the United States? More importantly, what would it truly mean if a Black woman is elected to lead an inherently violent, racist system?
Black women gathered on Wednesday to hear the results of a BWR x ESSENCE poll where surveyors gave Donald Trump a failing grade.
A newly released report is shedding light on key issues—politics, money, education, health and more—impacting America’s 22.7 million Black women. Friday in the nation’s capital, leaders of the civic group, […]
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 […]