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Entertainment

Celebrate Women’s History Month With OVID.tv’s Diverse Collection Of Film By & About Women

Celebrate Women’s History Month With OVID.tv’s Diverse Collection Of Film By & About Women

March is Women’s History Month, and while we are becoming more keenly aware of the need to celebrate and amplify the voices and stories of women outside a designated month […]

Entertainment

CineFam Launches Women Of Color Content Creator Database During Int’l Women’s Month

CineFam Launches Women Of Color Content Creator Database During Int’l Women’s Month

CineFAM, a Canadian not-for-profit initiative founded by award-winning filmmaker, Academy Director Member & CaribbeanTales Media Group founder, Frances-Anne Solomon, launched its new initiative, the Women of Color (WOC) Content Creator […]

Entertainment

Dhaya Lakshminarayanan’s Debut Comedy Album Covers It All: Race, Politics, Religion….And Weed!

Dhaya Lakshminarayanan’s Debut Comedy Album Covers It All: Race, Politics, Religion….And Weed!

If you’re looking for a break from your regular depressing news feeds and in need of some hilarious takes on the state of the world today, look no further than […]

Fashion & Beauty

Morphe Cosmetics Teams Up With Artist & Beauty Influencer Nyane For Stunning “Fierce Fairytale” Collection

Morphe Cosmetics Teams Up With Artist & Beauty Influencer Nyane For Stunning “Fierce Fairytale” Collection

Wanna know how we’re celebrating Galentine’s Day this year? By fangirling HARD over the new Morphe x Nyane Fierce Fairytale Collection, and telling all our friends about it. Known for […]

Girl on a Mission

Meet The Woman Championing Private School Access For BIPOC Families

Meet The Woman Championing Private School Access For BIPOC Families

If you are a parent and are in the stage where you are thinking about where to send your child or children to school, the thought of affording private school […]

Entertainment

2nd Annual rePRO Film Festival Highlights The Urgency Of Reproductive Justice

2nd Annual rePRO Film Festival Highlights The Urgency Of Reproductive Justice

If you aren’t get familiar with the rePRO Film Festival, there is no time like the present, especially given what is happening regarding bodily autonomy, reproductive justice and maternal healthcare […]

Working Women

More Than A Check Box- Receiving the Recognition I Deserve Beyond My Race & Gender

More Than A Check Box- Receiving the Recognition I Deserve Beyond My Race & Gender

By Reshma Moorthy, CEO of Frontier Technologies Inc Any woman, especially a woman of color, knows the feeling of stepping into a room full of people who don’t look like […]

Working Women

Women Of Color Now Own HALF Of All Female-Owned Businesses In The U.S.

Women Of Color Now Own HALF Of All Female-Owned Businesses In The U.S.

Owning a business is becoming less of a boy’s club. With each year, the number of women-owned businesses throughout the world grows. And with an increasing number of opportunities arising […]

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 […]

Entertainment, Interviews

Director Kimberlee Bassford On Featuring Women Of Color At The Center Of Her Award-Winning Films

Director Kimberlee Bassford On Featuring Women Of Color At The Center Of Her Award-Winning Films

March is Women’s History Month and one of the ways we love to celebrate is to amplify the work and stories of women, especially women of color and underrepresented voices […]

Entertainment, Interviews

Actress Sujata Day On Writing Her “Brown Girl Story” In Directorial Feature Debut ‘Definition Please’

Actress Sujata Day On Writing Her “Brown Girl Story” In Directorial Feature Debut ‘Definition Please’

When it comes to changing a decades-old industry that has been stuck in it’s traditional (i.e, white, cis-gender, male) ways since the beginning, you can’t just change the existing system, […]

Feminism

Amanda Gorman at the Biden/Harris Inauguration. Image: ABC News/Youtube

“A New Dawn Blooms” At The Biden/Harris Inauguration With Women Of Color Front & Center

Welcome to a very special edition of Feminist Friday! The column where we typically share 3 videos centered around an intersectional feminist theme. This edition is one that has been […]

Working Women

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Women-Owned Business Statistics You Need to Know in 2021

It’s been reported that a rising number of women are attending business school changing the way the classroom looks. Excitingly, this trend is carrying over to entrepreneurship as more women […]

Working Women

Entrepreneur, Author & Business Coach Joyce Johnson Speaks On Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Finance

Entrepreneur, Author & Business Coach Joyce Johnson Speaks On Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Finance

By Joyce Johnson Wall Street and the finance industry as a whole look a lot like an “all white boys club.” The industry does little to disguise their homogeneity. However, […]

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 […]