Britain’s Austerity Crisis, Deepens Poverty for African Women

Written by Kushinda Olanrewaju Editor’s Note: Our use of “African” is inclusive of all black people regardless of where we were born. It is important for us to note this for UK readers as there is continued efforts to further segregate African people by using terms like “Black Caribbean,” “Black African,” “Black British” and “Black […]

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#ArrestDHS Community Forum: Meet the Mothers

These mothers have had their children abducted by DHS and Family court, for non-violent offenses. They have been struggling with DHS for years and still no results.  Their children have been physically and mentally abused while in foster care.  DHS does nothing. They have committed to organize and build a community of black mothers and […]

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Harriet Tubman on a $20 and We Still Don’t Have Reparations

On April 20th the U.S. Department of Treasury announced that the face on the 20 dollar bill will be changed from Andrew Jackson, who was a U.S. President notoriously known for his role in the Seminole War and his Indian Removal Policy, to Harriet Tubman, an African woman who escaped slavery only to make 19 […]

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