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UAB student selected for prestigious national fellowship

By Yvonne Taunton UAB News After a week of interviews in legislative offices on Capitol Hill, Sandra Cutts, a University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Engineering doctoral candidate,...

First Black Woman Appointed To Serve As Supreme Court Chief Justice...

By Kimberly Richards Black Voices North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) on Tuesday appointed Cheri Beasley to be the chief justice of the state’s Supreme Court....

Power of the Pink Rally draws elected black women to downtown...

By Ariel Worthy The Birmingham Times Dozens of elected women and supporters on Friday marched in downtown Birmingham from The Sheraton Hotel to Uptown for the...

‘Power of the sister’ vote made the difference for Doug Jones

By Barnett Wright The Birmingham Times     Before the Democratic operatives arrived … before the heavy television, newspaper and radio political advertisements hit the airwaves … a...

Black Women: Voting in Large Numbers Yet Underrepresented

By Susan Buchanan Louisiana Weekly/New America Media America’s black women vote at high rates and are politically active, but remain underrepresented in elected positions relative to...

Black Women are vital to the entrepreneurial landscape

From the Wire Reports African American women are motivated to start their own businesses for a variety of reasons, including following their passions; having more...

Black Women Will Elect the Next President

By Freddie Allen National Newspaper Publishers Association Black women will play a key role in electing the next president, according to a recent report by the...

Where is outrage for abused black women?

By Idrissa N. Snider This is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. On Oct. 19, Nicole Wallace, 31-year-old mother of two from Wylam was laid to rest...

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