Friday, March 1, 2024

Tag: Black women

Four Black women who have advanced human rights

The four introduced here are inspirational—for the changes they brought about, for their work ethic, and for their passion to improve the everyday lives of marginalized or oppressed groups.

How Sandra Bland’s Tragic Death Inspired America’s Newest Congressional Caucus

The Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls will push elected officials to prioritize the demographic’s needs.

10 Black Women Innovators and the Awesome Things They Brought Us

From a better hairbrush to modern 3D technology, ten things that might never have existed without the invention or innovation of black women.

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My ultimate history crash course

To understand the present, study the past. 

McConnell bows out: A legacy of controversy and strategic mastery

McConnell leaves behind a complex legacy shaped by his unwavering commitment to conservative judicial appointments and his adept maneuvering within the corridors of power.
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The life & death of Aaron Bushnell: US airman self-immolates protesting US support for...

“It was an act of courage, an act of bravery, to call attention to U.S. policies.”

How workers are defying Republican officials in the South

More and more workers across the South seek the same path forward that union membership provides.

Reviving oversight: Sanders targets war profiteers draining US coffers

This bipartisan congressional panel, formed during World War II, was instrumental in overseeing military contracts and reining in defense contractors who profited at the expense of American taxpayers.