The families of victims are often overlooked when examining the financial, emotional and psychological damage of pervasive incarceration […]
My heart goes out the family of this young girl. Sadly, this story is one of the countless […]
Expanding the research about Black women unique, inter-sectional struggles from the point of power than oppression provides a more comprehensive and accurate view of understanding the fundamental questions, who is the Black woman, and what is her story?
Indeed, many are justifiable angry that Blacks have remained among the poorest, most economically disadvantaged, oppressed population from the slave-era into current times. Studies show that the same slave-era, racist ideologies and systematic structures have rendered the group greatest at risk across the spectrum for illnesses, physical, emotional and psychological abuse, poverty, homelessness, mass incarceration, unemployment, and underemployment – to name a few. These injustices have not only been passed down to this generation, but many can also envision these same chains around the necks and ankles of future generation.