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Unerased Kitchen Table Talks

Feb 22, 2021

The history of Black resistance and survival is often contorted and swept quietly into corners of confusion and internalized racism. This virtual dinner party goes in many directions, brings heat and light along with shared appreciation. Host Carolyn Malachi convened an intergenerational sister circle to reflect on...


Feb 8, 2021

The 2010s saw passage of the Affordable Care Act, the second inauguration of the first Black president, marriage equality become a Constitutional right, widespread national protests against police brutality and a swift whitelash with the election of the 45th president. Intersectionality is the meal from which we all...


Feb 3, 2021

The 2020 election season is one for the history books. We’ve scored significant firsts, and at the top of the list a Howard University AKA alum, Kamala Harris, wears the title MVP. Black women’s voting power remains an undeniable force in reshaping electoral maps and winning races unattainable just one election...