Reflections from Ghana: The Last Mandate
Ritual. Restoration. Reconciliation. Those were the words in our hearts when we began our pilgrimage to Ghana last month. We spent 10 days
An Open Letter to Playboy From Black Women
We are writing this letter to stop the sexual violence intervention movement from being bamboozled by Playboy. This letter is as much to the
Celebrating the 3rd Anniversary of the Black Women's Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Today marks three years since the first Black Women’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission took place, and we are still fighting each day.
Survivor Stories: Patsey
Patsey, an enslaved Black woman, endured severe abuse at the hands of slave master Edwin Epps and his family.
Survivor Stories: Joan Little
Joan Little was charged with first-degree murder in 1974 after stabbing a white prison guard who sexually assaulted her at Beaufort County j
Survivor stories: Harriet Ann Jacobs
Harriet Jacobs endured sexual assault and intense labor before escaping to freedom and writing the first-ever autobiography by a Black slave
Why Black Birth Matters
*originally posted on BrassyBrown.com on October 11th, 2016 Transcending the Legacy of Violence and Abuse The founders of the “New World”...