HEALING AND RECONCILIATION HAS ALWAYS REQUIRED
TRUTH, ACCOUNTABILITY AND ACTION
Ida B. Wells Monument
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A Reckoning Is Still Needed: What White Feminists Are Saying About Race
A Rainbow In Her Cloud: A Lesson In Sisterhood On A Ride to Oklahoma City
In 2009, at the New Jersey Governor’s Conference for Women in Atlantic City, I sat under the sound of one of most beautiful voices I had...
Reflections on the Black Women's Blueprint Justice Ride to Oklahoma City
Twelve members of Black Women's Blueprint traveled to Oklahoma City - ten of us by van - to show support for the survivors of former...
A Warrior Among Us: How One Black Woman's Fight for Justice Is Influencing the Nation
The morning after an all-white jury recommended ex-cop, and now-convicted rapist Daniel Holtzclaw to receive 263 years in prison,...
What Does Justice Look Like to Black Women?
A chance to speak A chance to shout A chance to be recognized, considered, telling you what it's all about. Not your conclusions Not your...
I Am Dee Barnes: The Importance Of Sisterhood And Holding Famous Black Men Accountable
I was only about 5 years old when N.W.A. ruled the airwaves. I vaguely remember hearing their records on the bus rides to and from school...
Who’s Responsible for Bill Cosby?
REPOST: Black Women Lead a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on U.S. Rapes
The Matriarchy Campaign Inaugural Post: On Umoja and the Brilliance of the "Third Way"
Into the New World
Introducing: The Matriarchy Project