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Gender & Sexuality
When a Black Mother takes the Helm: Trisha Fraser is Going to Sue Pro-Life Groups
On Rape and the Media Politics of Libya: “There’s a Stirring in the Pot…Stirring in My Soul”
A Letter to Lil'Wayne From Three Black Girls
Such a Painful Black Girl Reunion: Oprah and Iyanla
On the Use of "Honor Student": Phylicia Barnes’ Disappearance
The Politics of the Butt: Nicki Minaj Got a Big Ole Butt and so Do I
Do Black Men Have a Problem with Short Hair on Women? Heck Yeah
Regis Smacks Nicki Minaj's Butt on National TV: What the hell!
An Open Letter of “Support” for Karrine Steffans and Domestic Violence Survivors
Honoring Dr. Maya Angelou: “That Woman There”
“I must have done Something Right”: My mother and Tyler Perry’s Father
Can You Stand a Fight: Recognizing Predators when you are P.O.W. (i.e. Push Over Woman)
The Bed Intruder Song is not an R. Kelly Jam: So, stop bobbing your head to Sexual Trauma!!
In Solidarity w/Crunk Feminist Collective: I, too, know what it means to date Black Men as a Black Feminist
What’s the Difference between Slapping Kat Stacks and the Grim Sleeper Murders? Nothing, Absolutely Nothing
A Misguided Attempt to Empower: Deborrah Cooper’s Lonely Black Church Woman Blames Black Women for their Singleness
Do we still play Black Girlhood Games? Little Sallie Walker Vs. Nicki Minaj’s Vibe Magazine Cover
Are You My Daughter: A Mother’s Day Yearning
Single Black woman says, "I ain’t the Problem, Nightline, Black Men Are!"
The Legacy of Mentoring Lionesses: From Mary McLeod Bethune to Dr. Dorothy Height to Dr. Marian Wright Edelman
Says Seven year-old, “Big Sister let them Rape Me:” Trenton, Irresponsible Black Girls, and Savior Russell Simmons
The Old Black Woman says: “Do you got yo big girl’s drawls on? Can you stand a fight?”
Seven Women at the Cross: A Black Feminist Speaks of Widows
Women’s Her-story Month: Why Not Sex Workers (Sofia Maldonado’s Mural)?
Women Her-story Month: Do You Have a Chosen Sister?
Women’s Her-story Month: A tribute to Old Black Women Healers
Vanity Fair's Racism Sings: Don’t Cha Wish You Were White Girl Like Me. Don’t Cha.
The State of their Union: What’s Love got to do with it Michelle Obama?
It's better than money: It's FOOD STAMPS!
The Princess and the Frog, but what about the White Frog's Hunters?
Scarcity and shame are symptoms of capitalism
For Black people in the face of all this death, sadness is the work
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