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?
From Shirley Chisholm to Kamala Harris and Ayanna Pressley, the legacy of Black women in politics is one that challenges the status quo. History has shown that Black women continually show up for others, but will the Democratic Party finally support our candidates and give us an opportunity to lead?
Academy Award winner Viola Davis will bring the "Unbought and Unbossed" Congresswoman's life to the screen.
50 years ago today, Shirley Chisholm of Brooklyn shattered the glass ceiling to become the first Black woman elected to Congress. On that day, she wasn’t just running for office […]
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.