Pandemic Shows Black Americans Among Groups at Hig...
Posted by Sheree Crute | Aug 24, 2021 | COVID-19, Family, Health & Wellness, 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
Keisha Lance Bottoms on What Many Black Women Fear...
Posted by Fierce Contributor | Jun 5, 2020 | Top Feature, Community, Fierce Voices | 0
Happy Harriet Tubman Day!
Posted by Ingrid Sturgis | Mar 10, 2020 | News, Aging Fiercely!, Community | 0
Black Women’s History in the Making
Posted by Sheree Crute | Feb 7, 2020 | #Trending, Community, News, Top Feature | 0
She Says Doctors Ignored Her Concerns About Her Pregnancy. For Many Black Women, It’s a Familiar Story.
by Fierce Contributor | Dec 28, 2022 | Health & Wellness, Family, Parenting | 0
Many pregnant people say doctors and nurses do not listen to them and their concerns are often dismissed; pregnant Black people face an even higher burden.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
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
Sisters Preserving the Dream
by Fierce Contributor | Jan 17, 2022 | Joy!, Ties | 0
These sisters are bridging the past and present through contributions that go beyond King weekend. Save the dates, and savor their work to preserve the dream.Read More
Remembering My Friend Lani Guinier
by Linda Wright Moore | Jan 10, 2022 | Friendships, Ties | 0
Photograph: (fr, L to R) Nikolas Bowie, Mariah Moore; (bk, L to R) Lani Guinier, Linda Wright...Read More
Together We Give; Together We Live Fiercely!
by Fierce Contributor | Nov 30, 2021 | Community, Financially Fierce | 0
Thanks for allowing us to celebrate you, to amplify your voice and to keep you as healthy as possible in mind, body and spirit on a wellness journey that’s more important than ever.Read More
Gabrielle Union on Making Peace and Loving Life
by Fierce Contributor | Sep 30, 2021 | Health & Wellness, Family, Joy!, Parenting, Relationships, Ties, Top Feature | 0
7 Back-to-School Tips Doctors Want You to Know About COVID-19
by Breonna Randall | Sep 1, 2021 | Health & Wellness, COVID-19, Parenting, Ties | 0
Doctors offer parents back-to-school advice for students who are taking in-person classes and participating in extracurricular activities during the pandemic.Read More
Thousands March for Voting Rights and Justice
by Fierce Contributor | Aug 29, 2021 | News, Community, Parenting | 0
Voting rights lured thousands to a march on Washington. Tenicka Shannon and her family also came to highlight the police shooting of her son, Fred Cox Jr.Read More
Pandemic Shows Black Americans Among Groups at Higher Risk for Suicide
by Sheree Crute | Aug 24, 2021 | COVID-19, Family, Health & Wellness, Top Feature | 0
By Aneri Pattani August 23, 2021 This story is a collaboration between KHN and “Science...Read More
Texas Women Fight for Voting Rights
by Fierce Contributor | Aug 7, 2021 | News, Community | 0
‘We had no choice,’ lawmakers say on walkout to thwart voting restrictions By NICKI...Read More
At Valor Village, Hurt People Help People
by Edwin B. Lake | Jul 4, 2021 | Transformations, Family, Joy!, Relationships, Ties, Top Feature | 0
Angela Johnson and her husband, William, who are an Army Silver Star family, endured a...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.