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THE POWER OF THE SISTER VOTE!
Hello Ladies (and the men who love us!) The 2022 midterm election is here! Black women spent this Election Day — and the early voting
Nation Reacts to Supreme Court Decision Overruling Roe v. Wade
From high school students to elected officials, people around the country expressed shock and shared various opinions on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-3 vote on
Our White House Reporter Firsts, Unmuted
WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS’ ASSOCIATION HONORS ALICE ALLISON DUNNIGAN AND ETHEL PAYNE The two trailblazing Black women journalists are the first recipients of the WHCA’s newly
KETANJI BROWN JACKSON!
With “aye” votes from 53 U.S. senators, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was officially confirmed as the nation’s 116th — and Black Womanhood’s first — Supreme
WHEW! Election Day 2021 was a nailbiter for the books! Black women candidates made major political gains in some states, and were locked in a
Remembering 9/11: Black women journalists share their stories
Black women journalists in Washington share what it was like to cover the Sept. 11 2001 terrorist attacks. To mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11,
Texas Voting Rights Fight
Black women lawmakers on leaving Texas to thwart voting restrictions: “We had no choice” By NICKI MAYO Editor at Large Black Women Unmuted WASHINGTON _
TODAY WE UNMUTE …
DR. MELISSA CLARKE The COVID-19 pandemic has been with us for more than a year now. While we’re making progress in our quest for a
HELLO, MADAM VICE PRESIDENT! Embed from Getty Images Welcome to the NEW, America! Hey Sis (and the Brothers who love us)! Forgive us for busting
A pollster went down to Georgia …
Hello ladies (and the gents in the room)! Thought we’d pop in to give you the latest on Black women and next month’s runoff elections
WELCOME TO BLACK WOMEN UNMUTED! Here’s what we’re taking off mute this week: the unique ingenuity of Stacey Abrams, who came up with the strategy that flipped
Stacey Started It All
Stacey Abrams not only helped to flip her home state of Georgia to Democrats for the first time in a generation, she also redefined career
Riots and Racism Led Journalist to Fight for the Voiceless
Finally, America is feeling what I’m feeling — fired up and fed up — over the deadly consequences of racism. Childhood memories of witnessing the deadly, devastating Miami riots and news accounts influenced my decision to become a change agent as a journalist.
TODAY WE UNMUTE …
Author Jennifer R. Farmer Just in time for Women’s History Month: Black Women Unmuted spoke with communications strategist and author Jennifer R. Farmer about her
Black Women Unmuted
Taking the Sisters Off Mute, One Story at a Time