About Black Feminist Collective
Black Feminist Collective is an intergenerational online collective of Black womanists and feminists who advocate for the liberation of all Black folks. Subscribe to Black Feminist Collective’s weekly posts, and keep up with us on social media for more content:
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Hey! My name is Stephanie Younger, and I am a 17-year-old student, organizer and writer who advocates for womanism, diversity in S.T.E.A.M, juvenile justice reform and gun violence prevention. In May 2017, I created Black Feminist Collective when I wrote an article spotlighting Black girls, women and non-binary people challenging the status quo. After a year and a half, I decided to begin collecting, editing and publishing writings from other Black people.
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Hey everyone, my name is Jourdan Lobban. I am 20 and a proud Delawarean advocating for gender equality, demolition of racial constructs, and the end of family/child/intimate partner abuse culture to name a few. Being into journalism has always been a part of my routine, but it wasn’t until I found publications like Black Feminist Collective that my voice could be heard in a space that celebrated it. When I am not napping and reading, or writing, practicing empowering self-talk fills up my typical day.
Want to contribute your writings to Black Feminist Collective? Read the Writer’s Guidelines and submit a poem that is at least 100 words, and/or an article that is at least 300 words through this form. Submissions are always open, and there is no experience required!
Email Stephanie to discuss partnership. In your email, include details about your organization, and discuss how we can work together and how we can both benefit from the collaboration. It is not guaranteed that we will be able to collaborate. Thank you!