Yesterday I wrote a post about the rioting in Ferguson and how we need to focus on economic and political empowerment and this came on
For Black women to survive and thrive Black women must say good-bye, adios, and sayonara to the Black community. I am not asking you to give
Guest post by Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, M.Ed. Candidate for Representative for Detroit’s 8th House District. I am grateful for the thousands of courageous African American pioneers that
I am so sick of seeing Black women and children dying violently every day. Most of the time they are murdered by someone they love
Dear America, I don’t usually talk about these things. I am a stan for Black women. And I am sure Richard Sherman will have his
The Republican Party Come to Jesus Moment: This country is changing and you are not. Get with it or become the next Whig party.
I have been reading the statuses of my Republican friends and listening to their complaints about President Obama winning the presidency, the Democrats retaining the
D.L. Hughley says that Black Women complaining about his stereotypical sexist diatribe on NPR means Black Women are angry.
D.L. Hughley responded last night on Twitter to the criticism he received when he said that Black women were angry on NPR. Read more about his
I am an unapologetic pro-Black Woman! Being a pro-Black Woman doesn’t mean I am anti-man. It means that if you were to ask me who’s side
Why D.L. Hughley’s statement that “Obama tends to respond to criticism intellectually and is “closer to being a white kid” highlights the need for Black Education
“We cannot think of being acceptable to others until we have first proven acceptable to ourselves.” - Malcolm X I just read an article in