Ida B. Wells Monument
The Matriarchy Project
Restoring Our Voice: Black Feminists in Conversation with the Spirit of Harriet
November 14, 2019
"Harriet" and the Misrepresentation of Black Radical Women
November 6, 2019
He Put His Lips on Me, This White Man... And I Demand Reparative Justice
October 23, 2019
AN OPEN LETTER TO BLACK MEN TO RECKON WITH BLACK WOMEN'S SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE LABOR: GENDERING REPARATIONS
October 5, 2019
Reflections from Ghana: The Last Mandate
September 4, 2019
January 29, 2018
Consent is Not Up for Debate: Standing in Solidarity with Survivor of NYPD Sexual Assault
November 3, 2017
Black Women Respond With Statement on March for Black Women and Yom Kippur
September 18, 2017
March for Racial Justice (M4RJ) Endorses March for Black Women
September 13, 2017
Why Aren't We Teaching Black Girls and Boys About Consent?
August 3, 2017
REPOST: Black Women Lead a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on U.S. Rapes
April 28, 2020
The Matriarchy Campaign Inaugural Post: On Umoja and the Brilliance of the "Third Way"
March 8, 2020
Into the New World
February 22, 2020
Introducing: The Matriarchy Project
February 14, 2020
Fighting Words: Black Feminists Respond to Judge Joe Brown
November 20, 2019
July 8, 2019
Black Women's Blueprint
We are writing this letter to stop the sexual violence intervention movement from being bamboozled by Playboy. This letter is as much to the ones working boots on the ground in the anti-violence movement as it is to Playboy.
May 1, 2019
Today marks three years since the first Black Women’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission took place, and we are still fighting each day.
April 30, 2019
As an organization we are constantly working to create a community of care for survivors of sexual- and gender-based violence
March 7, 2019
Sharaya Tindal Wiesendanger
We as a people must ask ourselves why we think it more logical to question a survivor than to believe it possible that anyone — yes, anyone — can be an abuser.
February 23, 2019
Patsey, an enslaved Black woman, endured severe abuse at the hands of slave master Edwin Epps and his family.
February 18, 2019
Joan Little was charged with first-degree murder in 1974 after stabbing a white prison guard who sexually assaulted her at Beaufort County jail.
February 15, 2019
Margaret Garner, a Black enslaved woman, resolved to end the lives of her children so that they would not be returned to slavery.