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The Queen Of Soul, the “voice of black America”, Lady Soul, arguably the greatest singer in living memory – Aretha Franklin, who died in her Detroit home on August 16 aged 76, will go down in musical
The first time I heard Maya Angelou’s voice, I couldn’t imagine her ever being silent. Her sound was on purpose. A cocoa rich, earthy, deep Southern guttural sound, molasses thick and sassy and schola
These women leaders are setting examples of what looks like in Africa and across the Diaspora.
Cooper will discuss her new book "Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower” Wednesday at Politics and Prose
Professor Heidi Mirza reflects upon her involvement in black feminism and the changes she has witnessed over the past 30 years. She is hopeful about new generations of activists and reminds us that…