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  via BLackAmericaWeb: My mother used to tell me, ‘Kamala, you may be the first to do many things. Make sure you are not the last.’” – U.S. Senator Kamala Harris Black women across America are making political history in 2018. As Election Day approaches Tuesday, there are perhaps more Black women running for elected offices […]

via CNN-HelloBeautiful: This is the epitome of #BlackGirlMagic! For the first time since its inception in 1952, a Black woman has been crowned Miss Universe Great Britain. “It’s really humbling and I think it’s also a privilege for me to become the first black woman who is crowned Miss Universe Great Britain,” Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers recently told BuzzFeed […]

via BlackAmericaWeb: File this one under “Who approved this?” news. Soap giant Dove is under fire for posting an ad that depicts a Black woman peeling off her shirt to reveal that she’s a white woman after using their soap. Critics quickly called the ad “racist” and “deeply ignorant.”   To know that colorism is a […]

As far back as I can remember, there was always a God-fearing, Bible-professing black woman in my midst. A woman who prayed for provision when resources were scarce, touched your forehead to declare healing over your body, bowed down in submissive repentance before her Maker and saw potential in others that no one else seemed […]

It seems as though almost everyday there is a new complaint about how the TSA has searched someone. An old lady might be personally invaded by their private area probings, or in another recent example, a little boy might be touched one two many times. Now African-Americans have something to complain about, as the demographic of […]

It seems as though almost everyday there is a new complaint about how the TSA has searched someone. An old lady might be personally invaded by their private area probings, or in another recent example, a little boy might be touched one two many times. Now African-Americans have something to complain about, as the demographic of […]

First, the Radiance Foundation caused a media tsunami by referring to African-American children as “an endangered species,” and now a Texas-based organization is joining in the fray.