sojourner truth

“Here’s to Sojourner Truth, who devoted her life to the cause of speaking truth to power."
Organizers created the event to fill a void they felt was left by January's Women's March.
I reserve my right to embrace all aspects of my black body so badly abused and shamed throughout history.
Black women are entitled to our anger and frustration.
Look at the heartbroken American girl in the eye.
Susan B. Anthony isn't the only woman who should be honored.
As a member of the Advisory Committee for Women on 20s, I was delighted to hear the announcement that Harriet Tubman will be the face of the $20 bill.
Kudos to the Treasury Department which has announced that Harriet Tubman's face will grace the front of the redesigned $20 bill, making her the first woman in more than a century and first African American ever to be represented on the face of an American paper note.
Journalist and author Cokie Roberts says that philandering liar Alexander Hamilton is still making women wait their turn to assume their rightful place on the front of American currency.
Five important women in U.S. history will soon be joining Alexander Hamilton.
Funded from his own pocket, 34-year-old Mel Waters devised the project for himself and executed it on city walls (and one delivery truck) to pay tribute to famous African Americans during Black History Month.
Here's the original speech: The attempts to water-down historical black pioneers is not just alarming but it leaves even
#SayHerName provides needed discussion regarding police brutality against black women in the United States; however, addressing
Coulter's peculiar logic and word play provoked my own curiosity about her heritage. I decided to take a peek into her past, starting with her parents.