Black Women You Should Know

March 14, 2018 LA Data News 0

By Julianne Malveaux All too often, our “history” month turns into a tribute to the past. And while the past is an important place to lift up it is, indeed, a tributary, a stream that […]

2018: The Year of the Black Woman

February 7, 2018 LA Data News 0

By Monica Simpson Executive Director, SisterSong There is a reckoning afoot in this country. On one side, Trump has emboldened and embodied a virulent and reckless hate that targets women, Black people, and immigrants (among […]

To Be Equal

January 10, 2018 LA Data News 0

By Marc H. Morial President & CEO, National Urban League “It is not an overstatement to say that the destiny of the entire human race depends on what is going on in America today. This […]

Young, Gifted and Black

December 6, 2017 LA Data News 0

By Brandon Terrell I was reared and schooled in Detroit, where poverty and oppression eloquently danced while violence and crime serenaded the communities. The crime and oppression in my neighborhood drove me to submit a […]

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