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African-American women earned gold medals in 15 events (including participation in team sports) at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
The PrEp for Women Initiative aims to reach 5,000 women and 300 doctors in D.C. to increase knowledge and PrEP awareness through social media and traditional marketing over the next two years.
As it stands today, African-American women are roughly 40 percent more likely to die of breast cancer than white women. Even looking at mortality rates - which have decreased for all women in the U.S. since 1990 - the decreases began earlier and are greater for white women than for African-American women.
Black women face a different kind of challenge when in the workforce than other women. The road is not always paved for success and comfort.
Today in the United States, racial economic inequality persists because of the failure of will to invest in people of color, who continue to pay the price for a 21st century economy built off of the white supremacy of the 19th and 20th centuries. It
I laugh inside when people become awestruck by her looks, because if they only knew how down to earth, inclusive and brilliant
I asked the painter about his involvement in both projects. Being able to interact with a broadly ranging audience, and getting
What is the best way to combat Islamophobia? Meet a Muslim. Research and studies are periodically conducted measuring the population and reach of Muslims, but just about zero exist when it comes to how many people speak about Islam and Muslims and have never met a Muslim or read the Quran.
Connecting people through conversations and resources serves as the catalyst to social change. The Pollination Project gives $1000 seed grants to grantees making a difference in the way that we talk about and address social matters, as well as how we allocate resources to the communities that need them most.
Sitting in my psychology class at the University of California Berkeley, I felt my hands clam up and my body tense as my professor initiated a conversation about the White Student Unions that have recently popped up on Facebook over the past few months.
#BlackGirlMagic for sure!
#BlackGirlMagic isn't meant to be condescending to black women, it's meant to celebrate them.
And international theme for 2015 is "Getting to zero; end Aids by 2030." The national theme for this year is "The time to