We are an intergenerational collective of Black feminists and womanists across the diaspora who stand for Black liberation in its entirety. Our mission is to center the work of Black feminists who have provided us with the tools to create a global community with a shared goal of creating a better world for Black people through political education. You can keep up with us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.


Community Guidelines

We are an intergenerational group that stands for Black liberation in its entirety and centers the voices of Black womanists & Black feminists, meaning that we encourage learning and growing from one another, and active listening. While it’s okay to disagree with one another;

  • We will not hold space for abusers, for transphobia, homophobia, misogyny, colorism, classism, ableism, fatphobia, ageism or racism. We will remove such content at our discretion, whether it’s articles, videos, or social media posts, and comments.
  • We will not allow tone policing, gaslighting or targeting of those people harmed by said oppressive systems, including supporters and members of BFC.
  • We don’t allow co-optation; including taking credit for someone’s work and passing it off as one’s own. We are not a space for white people and non-Black people to center themselves by demanding labor from Black people, to paternalistically decide how we respond to our experiences or how we fight for our own liberation.
  • Our comment sections on our social media are closely moderated, and in cases where such comments can’t be read, tag us, or privately message us to warn us of those who do all of the above.