Netflix settles with Mo’Nique over discrimination, retaliation lawsuit So Monique has been in the headlines a lot lately. Most recently because of her contract dispute with DL Hughley that turned into a lot more. Well now she is back in the news for another dispute but this time its all about settling it. She previously […]
Black Women in Georgia to Receive $850 a Month in Guaranteed Income to Fight Racial Wealth Gap There are so many factors that contribute to the wealth gap in this nation and for African American women it is even more difficult to close. Here is a stat that proves it. According to The Labor Department […]
Minnesota launches nation’s first task force on missing and murdered Black women One thing we know is that people of color when they end up missing, the effort to find them is not a high priority outside of family and loved ones. So much that earlier this year in Minnesota legislature voted and approved the […]
Violence against black women is a growing epidemic, with spikes happening all over the country. Black women are constantly in the crosshairs of physical and mental abuse, usually by someone who claims to love them.
2 Inventors Make History As First Black Women Inducted Into National Inventors Hall Of Fame Marian Croak and Dr. Patricia Bath now you may not know these women by their names but they are not new to shattering that glass ceiling and both women are now being honored for their work. Marian Croak, an engineer, and […]
Black women file class action against Metropolitan Police Department A group of Black women filed a class-action lawsuit against D.C.’s police department. The 208-page suit details multiple allegations of racial and sexual discrimination, including racist remarks made by officers and unwanted sexual advances, and argues that the department engages in “repeated, coordinated and relentless retaliation […]
NY Governor Cuomo Accuser Who Filed Criminal Report to Give Televised Interview So last week one of New York Governor Cuomo’s Aides filed a complaint against him alleging that he groped her. That individual will be breaking her silence and speaking about the incident publicly for the first time on television. Brittany Commisso who was identified only […]
After the historic turnout for both groups during the 2020 Presidential Election, both Black and Brown women have taken notice of their political influence and intend to spark change. While the revolution is, in theory, going forward without the overt assistance of white women, many will be involved because of their sheer numbers, but overall the last two elections have proven that Black and Brown women have a voice loud enough to march on its own.