Gloria Malone Dispels the Myth of the #NiceGentrifier

July 10, 2014

by Gloria MaloneWhile conversations about gentrification have taken off in the mass media, people of color who live in communities that are being gentrified have been dealing with systemic displacement long before these conversations started.One of the most recent catalysts for the gentrification...

Echoing Ida Writers Explain How the Hobby Lobby Decision Hurts Black Women

July 2, 2014

As you may have heard the Supreme Court issued a disappointing 5-4 decision on Monday stating that Hobby Lobby's owner's religious beliefs can extend to the company, thus creating another barrier to birth control for working families. At a time when women are already facing so many challenges to...

Loving Day, Juneteenth, and the Right to Family

June 16, 2014

June 12th is the anniversary of the supreme court case Loving v. Virginia that struck down the law banning interracial marriage of Black and White people. Juneteenth is the celebration of June 19, 1865, the day the Union soldiers read the Emancipation Proclamation in Galveston, Texas. For RH...

July 29th, 2014

OMG! All because she was grilling "illegally" on the sidewalk!


NYPD Puts Pregnant Woman in Chokehold
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Unacceptable

July 29th, 2014

Call for Queeer and Trans* South Asian & Desi stories for a new anthology!


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Spread the word! Calling all Queer and Trans* South Asians/Desis! The last anthology that shared our stories is over 20 years old. It's time to bring our stories of love and laughter, pain and struggles, survival and existence to the forefront. SUBMIT! Visit southasianqueeranthology.wordpress.com. DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 15

July 29th, 2014

The #EchoingIda writers discuss the history of Dr J Marion Sims (regarded as the 'father of gynecology') and how his degradation of Black women's bodies in the name of science continues in various ways today.


Echoing Ida Educates Us on the History of Gynecology the Impact on Black Women's Bodies
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Last week, Echoing Ida writers Cynthia Greenlee and Gloria Malone showed us the impact that history...

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