Tag: Black women
If convicted, she could face up to a year in jail or a year of labor in the county, as well as a $6,000 fine.
Tags: Black women, Carlee Russell, hoax, Kidnapping, missing
When it comes to money, all things are not equal for Black women. In fact, the wealth gap has not changed much for Black since 1968. April is Financial Literacy Month.
Tags: April, Black women, dailyn drum, financial literacy, WHUT/WHUR Daily Drum Special
“Awakening: Ladies, Leadership and The Lies We’ve Been Told”
Tags: "Awakening: Ladies, Atty. Areva Martin, Black women, Leadership, Leadership and The Lies We've Been Told", politics
Get your career goals in shape!
Tags: Author, Black women, Career, Career Expert, Dr. Candace Steele Flippin, Jobs
Biden previously has said he would appoint a Black woman to the Supreme Court.
Tags: Black women, SCOTUS, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer
Does it depend on who you talk to?
Tags: Angry, Black women, careers, workplace
Why are the numbers for black women remaining so high?
Tags: Black women, CEO/Co-Founder, Double Board Certified OB/GYN, Dr. Nicole Plenty, Mahmee, Maternal & Infant Health Summit, Melissa Hanna, Pregnancy Deaths
Longoria appeared on MSNBC Sunday talking about the presidential election and how important women and people of color were to President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.
“The women of color showed up in big ways. Of course, you saw in Georgia what Black women have done but Latina women were the real heroines here, beating men in turnout in every state and voting Biden-Harris at an average rate of close to 3 to 1. And that wasn’t surprising to us,” she told MSNBC’s Ari Melber.
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GOOGLE executive talks about how black women can survive and thrive in the workplace.
Tags: Black women, Bonita C. Stewart, Career, Corporate America, Google
What do you do if you’ve been impacted? How do you keep your head above water?
Tags: "She-cession", Black women, business, Entrepreneur, LaShawne Holland, Personal Finance, Recession
What do black men have to say?
Tags: Black women, Disrespected, Dr. Greg Carr, Janks Morton, Unprotected and Neglected
One of the largest health movement and nonprofit organizations for black women and girls, GirlTrek is relaunching its get-out-the-vote effort.
Tags: Black women, Ebony Andrews, GirlTrek, politics, voting
Peeling back the stigma of depression for black women and offering resources for help.
Tags: Black women, depression, Medical Monday, Mental Health, Michelle Obama, Suicide, Tamar Braxton
Now Black women are mobilized and demanding an overdue return on their investment. Over the last several years and across America, Black women ran and won elections in historic numbers, from Congress to county school boards.
Tags: Black women, Black Women Seize Political Spotlight, Election 2020
Borgata president one of few Black women to run a US casino
Tags: Atlantic City, Black women, Casino, Gambling, Melonie Johnson, MGM
Lizzo and fat-shaming. Are people going too far with it comes to criticism?
Tags: Author, beauty, Black women, Body Image, Dr. Sharon Denise Allison Ottey, Fat-Shaming, health, Health Strategist, Lizzo, Physican, Professional Plus-Size Model and Founder of the non-profit ScholarChips, Yasmine Arrington
Earlier this year, DuVernay opened the “Amanda Theater,” named after her late aunt, Denise Amanda Sexton, at her ARRAY campus in Historic Filipinotown, L.A. The theater itself is also a work of art.
Tags: Ava DuVernay, Ava DuVernay Launches Film Series for Women of Color, Black women, Film, women of color
Black women entrepreneurs talk about the successes and struggles of owning a business.
Tags: Black women, business, Entrepreneurs, Jerri Evans, Sherron Washington, The P3 Solution, Turning Natural
Black women, politics and leadership.
Tags: Black women, Dr. Melanie Campbell, politics, The Black Women's Roundtable, The National Coalition on Black Civic Participation