This Sunday Funday was full of good eats and even better conversation around how we can support the work of Higher Heights to encourage Black women to vote, run, and lead in 2020 and beyond.
Veteran journalist and NABJ Chicago board president, Maudlyne Ihejirika joined Chi Hack Night for a special Black History Month discussion.
If you take a close look at the representation of Black and Latinx women in tech and among the ranks of well-funded entrepreneurs, it seems to be more of the same.
I normally try to keep my civic tech chats pretty short. But Jahari Soward shares my same passion for seeing our young women excel in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM).
it was more than likely the countless times I tagged along with my grandmother to Southwest Priority Board meetings in Dayton, Ohio that sparked my interest in finding my identity as a social entrepreneur.
Lani Guinier is the first tenured professor of Law at Harvard Law School and author of: The Tyranny of the Meritocracy: Democratizing Higher Education in a Democracy The Miner’s Canary: Rethinking Race and Power Lift Every Voice: Turning a Civil Rights Setback into a New Vision of Social Justice Becoming Gentlemen: Women, Law Schools and…
A black child born today has less of a chance of being raised by both parents than a black child born during slavery. Michelle Alexander, Author of “The New Jim Crow” | March 15, 2013 Video Credit: University of Chicago
I’ve told the story of my love for Hampton University many times to friends and in the occasional social media post. The first college acceptance letter to arrive in the mail during my senior year of high school, was from Hampton University. A Different World made it my dream school. But out of state fees…
When you practice grace with yourself, you more easily extend it to others… And I haven’t met a person who doesn’t need grace.”