By Lizette Nsilu, 12th grade The divide between Africans and African Americans is a topic we don’t hear being talked about a lot, but it takes a big toll on
By Lizette Nsilu, 12th grade Black girls that go missing and/or have been murdered are not publicized and looked for as much as white girls. Police and society
By Lizette Nsilu, 12th grade Domestic violence is something nearly 1 in 2 Black women experience in their lifetime. It is a topic that doesn’t get the attention it deserves.
By Eclasia Wesley You are allowed to change the waves. To flow or to be still. Either blue water, pink or indigo… you are seen. People won’t always
On Saturday, October 22nd, students, artists, musicians, organizers, teachers and Black women entrepreneurs will join the Women’s Leadership Project , Media Done Responsibly, the Black LGBTQ+ Parent and Caregiver group