Post Tagged with: "BIPOC"

Interviews

Debut Middle Grade Novel Combines Author’s West Indian Heritage & Caribbean Folklore

Debut Middle Grade Novel Combines Author’s West Indian Heritage & Caribbean Folklore

We’re seeing an alarming increase in the number of books being banned in parts of the country by leaders who are scared of teaching children about history, racism, sexuality and […]

Entertainment

Sex Educator Taylor Sparks On Founding One Of The Largest BIPOC-Owned Sex Toy Retail Companies In The U.S.

Sex Educator Taylor Sparks On Founding One Of The Largest BIPOC-Owned Sex Toy Retail Companies In The U.S.

When it comes to sex, bodies and education around sexuality and pleasure in the United States, we have a long way to go. From comprehensive, medically-accurate and fact-based sex education […]

Causes

From L to R: Liz Gamboa/Executive Director NM Community Capital, Vanessa Roanhorse/Co-founder Native Women Lead, Alicia Ortega/Co-Founder Native Women Lead, Kalika Davis/Co-Founder Native Women Lead, Jaime Gloshay/Co-Founder Native Women Lead

New Gender Equality Funding Initiative Aims To Empower BIPOC & WOC Entrepreneurs

Announced during Women’s History Month and on March 8, International Women’s Day, the Equality Can’t Wait Challenge which will award $40 million to help expand women’s power and influence in […]

Politics

Kamala Harris gives her victory speech as Vice President elect, in Delaware on November 7, 2020. Image: CNBC/Youtube

THIS IS AMERICA: Madam VP And The Women Of Color, LGBTQ+ Folks & BIPOC Who Made History In The 2020 Election

November 3 will forever become an historic moment in American politics. Yes, it was heralded as arguably the most important presidential election of our time, but more than that, it […]