Category: Top Feature
Kicks, Tricks and Flips: The Fearless Life of a St...
Posted by Sheree Crute | Nov 22, 2021 | Fitness, Health & Wellness, The Fierce Interview, Top Feature | 0
Pandemic Shows Black Americans Among Groups at Hig...
Posted by Sheree Crute | Aug 24, 2021 | COVID-19, Family, Health & Wellness, Top Feature | 0
Sowing Her Dream: Deep Roots Organic Farm
Posted by Sheree Crute | Apr 26, 2021 | Careers, Joy!, Money & Careers, Taking Care of Business, The Fierce Interview, Top Feature | 0
Rural Black Women Turn to Each Other, Mutual Aid a...
Posted by Connie Green Freightman | Nov 12, 2020 | COVID-19, Family, Health & Wellness, Health News, Ties, Top Feature | 0
Stacey Abrams and Spencer Overton Talk Voter Suppr...
Posted by Sheree Crute | Oct 28, 2020 | News, Top Feature | 0
Massacre Survivor’s Eyes Saw Fire Rain From the Sky in Tulsa
by Anneliese Bruner | May 27, 2023 | Family, Fierce Voices, News, Ties, Top Feature | 0
By Anneliese Bruner The woman’s modest, dignified posture in the artist’s interpretation of Mary...Read More
Remembering Tina Turner: Simply the Best!
by Fierce Contributor | May 25, 2023 | Aging Fiercely!, News, Top Feature | 0
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Angela Bassett...Read More
Growing Up Black and Korean in America
by Fierce Contributor | May 24, 2023 | Lifestyles, Careers, Family, Ties, Top Feature | 0
By Sholnn Freeman “My Asian” is a lyrical short film written from the perspective of poet and...Read More
Survivors of Gangs and Gun Violence, These Women Now Help Others Navigate Grief
by Fierce Contributor | Dec 28, 2022 | Health & Wellness, Family, Ties, Top Feature | 0
For three former gang members, their battle scars and faded tattoos recall the past. Because of those experiences on the front lines, some people trust these women more than they do the police. The women fill in the gaps for a community fighting economic inequality, homelessness, health disparities, and gun violence.Read More
Taking Charge of Your Breast Cancer Risk
by Sheree Crute | Oct 27, 2022 | Health & Wellness, Health News, Top Feature, Uncategorized | 0
The news this Breast Cancer Awareness Month is particularly concerning for Black women. The latest...Read More
Black Women Harmed Most By Loss of Abortion Rights
by Fierce Contributor | Jun 25, 2022 | Health & Wellness, Health News, News, Top Feature | 0
Black Women Harmed Most by Loss of Abortion...Read More
‘We Made It. All of Us,’ Jackson Says in Celebratory Speech
by Fierce Contributor | Apr 9, 2022 | Joy!, News, Taking Care of Business, Top Feature | 0
By Nyah Marshall It was truly a day of celebration as Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made her first...Read More
11 Love Lessons From Our Favorite Authors
by Ahnayah Hughes | Feb 14, 2022 | Joy!, Community, Top Feature | 0
Our favorite Black women writers were aware of the transformative power that love possesses and sought to enlighten the rest of us with their theories, poetry and prose.Read More
When Cinnamon Rolls Call: A Food Story on Craving Memories
by Fierce Contributor | Nov 27, 2021 | Health & Wellness, Fitness, Top Feature, Transformations | 0
In “Leaving Large: The Stories of a Food Addict,” Michelle Petties reveals that she was once so obese that some insurance companies refused to cover her. A recovering “stone-cold sugar addict,” Petties gained and lost 700 pounds during her 42-year battle with obesity. Then she rewrote the endings of her food stories and dropped from a high of 260 pounds.Read More
Kicks, Tricks and Flips: The Fearless Life of a Stuntwoman
by Sheree Crute | Nov 22, 2021 | Fitness, Health & Wellness, The Fierce Interview, Top Feature | 0
“I’m going to go get my husband,” announces Angela Bassett’s character, LAPD Officer Athena Grant,...Read More
Barbados Leader Calls Out COP26 Copouts on Climate Change
by Fierce Contributor | Nov 13, 2021 | Fierce Voices, Health & Wellness, Health News, News, Taking Care of Business, Top Feature | 0
THE TAKEAWAY: Barbados Prime Minister Mia Amor Mottley summed up almost everything you need to...Read More
Oneika Phillips Brings a Taste of the Caribbean to Broadway
by Crispin Brooks | Oct 2, 2021 | Fitness, Careers, Joy!, The Fierce Interview, Top Feature | 0
The burst of energy known as Oneika Phillips is a Guyanese-born performer raised on the island of...Read More
Inequality Is an Underlying COVID-19 Risk Factor
African Americans are contracting the coronavirus at an alarming rate, accounting for up to 70% of deaths in some areas. Is there hope? Yes, there are things that we can do, Dr. Melissa Clark explains. Click here to read.