The Unsung Legacy of Black Feminism: From Jane Crow to Intersectionality

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The Unsung Legacy of Black Feminism: From Jane Crow to Intersectionality

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

At YWCA, our mission is inspired by the perspectives of Black feminists who have consistently transformed the fights for gender equity and racial justice. During Black Herstory Month, we’re celebrating Black feminism and centering the work of powerful Black sheroes past and present doing the critical work to eliminate racism and empower women. As leaders… Continue Reading The Unsung Legacy of Black Feminism: From Jane Crow to Intersectionality

“I Leave You Love” – A Tribute to Dr. Dorothy I. Height

Thursday, August 29, 2013

By Rhonda Bishop Policy Associate, Education and Young Women Engagement, YWCA USA Many remember the iconic wave and the infamous “I Have a Dream” speech. Some may even remember the solemn faces standing stoically behind Dr. King, looking out over 250,000 peaceful protesters gathered on the National Mall. Even fewer can remember the women who… Continue Reading “I Leave You Love” – A Tribute to Dr. Dorothy I. Height