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The Anti-Misogynoir Project is a visual project that gives black women a platform to share their own narratives about the black femme experience. “It's kind of like a Humans of NY, but for Black Womxn,” says photographer Jacquelyn Iyamah. Through the ongoing visual project, Iyamah hopes to empower and embolden black women to be honest about their identities and stories by sharing them with the world. See more of the Anti-Misogynoir Project on…See More
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Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded The Temple Project,…See More
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10 Reasons Why 2016 Was The Ultimate #BlackGirlMagic Year

Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded The Temple Project,…See More
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Hidden Figures: Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term "intersectionality", helped change activism forever

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 11:00am 0 Comments

Hopefully, you’ve heard of intersectionality by now. A term coined by Civil Rights advocate civil rights advocate and critical race theory scholar Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, intersectionality is the black feminist theory that specifically addresses the areas in which oppression intersects, or the “interconnected nature” of societal categories, like race, gender, religion, orientation, etc. A clear example of an intersectional issue can be observed when we look at the wage gap… Continue

The Anti-Misogynoir Project creates platform for black womxn to tell their own narratives

Posted on February 2, 2017 at 11:18am 0 Comments

The Anti-Misogynoir Project is a visual project that gives black women a platform to share their own narratives about the black femme experience. “It's kind of like a Humans of NY, but for Black Womxn,” says photographer Jacquelyn Iyamah. Through the ongoing visual project, Iyamah hopes to empower and embolden black women to be honest about their identities and stories by sharing them with the world. See more of the Anti-Misogynoir Project on…

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Planned Parenthood wants to know what you DEFY

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On the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade our friends at Planned Parenthood are calling on you to join their #IDEFY campaign to bring down the walls of hate and share your stories of defiance against discrimination, intolerance, slut-shaming, abortion stigma, sub-par sex ed, racism, xenophobia, homophobia, transphobia and other forces that obstruct justice and block individual opportunity. Head over to Facebook to …

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10 Reasons Why 2016 Was The Ultimate #BlackGirlMagic Year

Posted on December 27, 2016 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

Black girls have been slaying since the beginning of time, but in 2016 #BlackGirlMagic hit a new level. Our unapologetic achievements as entrepreneurs, activists, writers, and, more, were positive shining lights of space-taking resistance and inspiration.

1. Detroit-based high school student activist Taylor Amari Little. This year, Little founded …

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