Black Feminist Collective is an intergenerational group of Black feminists and womanists across the diaspora who stand for Black liberation in its entirety. Since 2017, our mission has been to create a global community of Black feminists and womanists who have a shared goal of creating a better world for Black people, through political education, interviews, sharing personal narratives and poetry, writing reviews and analyses, and covering events in our communities from a Black feminist perspective. If you want to collaborate, or if there’s anything you want us to cover or discuss on BFC, please email us at collective@blackfeministcollective com!

Contributors


Share your work with us

Following the Submissions Guidelines and the Community Guidelines, you can share your work with us via Google Forms. Submissions are always open, and there is no experience required!

Join The Team

Fill out this form if you are interested in working with contributing writers on submissions, managing our social media, and organizing/facilitating virtual events, teach-ins, and roundtable discussions, including any goals you have in working with us.


Community Guidelines

  • We are an intergenerational group of Black womanists & Black feminists that stands for Black liberation in its entirety, and supports fights against white supremacy in all of its forms. We encourage learning and growing from one another and active listening, and while it’s okay to disagree with one another:
    • We will not hold space for cissexism, heterosexism, misogyny, colorism, classism, ableism, fatphobia, ageism or racism, nor will we hold space for those who abuse, and those who rationalize it. We will exclude such content at our discretion, and we will not allow tone policing, gaslighting or targeting of people harmed by these oppressive systems.
    • We are also 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 liberation.
  • This is not an exhaustive list. Please reach out to us at collective@blackfeministcollective.com regarding anything that should be added to the community guidelines on BFC.