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The Gaping Hole in Pope Francis’ Anti-Poverty Agenda

By Jessica González-Rojas “This papacy begins with a name,” wrote Howard Chua-Eoan and Elizabeth Dias in their 2013 “Person of the Year” profile of Pope Francis for...

An Open Internet Creates a Wealth of Opportunities for Women

By Melanie Campbell, President & CEO, National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and Convener, Black Women's Roundtable Over the years, the Black Women’s Roundtable has...

50 Years After Passage of Civil Rights Act, Wealth Gap Persists...

By Jennifer E. Mabry This year into next our country will mark several milestones – among them Dr. Martin Luther King’s “Letter from a Birmingham...

Connecting the Anti-Immigrant Movement to Coercive Sterilization

Women of color, especially immigrant women and their bodies have long been a battleground by racist anti-immigrant forces. They have been used as guinea...

Soldiers, Students, Seniors and Single Moms: Why Women Are Most of...

Note: This is part one of a two part series. Read part two here. I know you want to talk about Mitt Romney’s weekend release of...

Don’t Throw Black Women Under Their Own Weight

Black will always be beautiful. But, simultaneously, good health will be vital, too

Is Trayvon Martin our Emmett Till Moment?

Looking for the moment when #TrayvonMartin is more than a hash tag

Black Women in America: What is the Real Sacrifice for Success?

Black women, we really need to craft new paradigms for how we define ourselves and start enlisting those around us to energize our aspirations.

Why is the Black Community Still Contracting HIV?

by Cleo Manago, CEO of AmASSI Centers for Wellness, Education and Culture (AmSSI) and the Black Men's Exchange (BMX) Alarmed, in my own way in...

Baking Away an Opportunity

A conservative past has put young Republicans in the oven, but hopefully the missed opportunity gives them a little something to chew on.