A Conversation With Patrisse Khan-Cullors

Photo Courtesy of Dana Washington/L.A Record Magazine By Stephanie Younger • After delivering a speech at a March For Our Lives demonstration in Richmond, VA about the significance listening to Black youth in the fight for gun violence prevention, I was offered the opportunity to write for the ACLU of Virginia’s to share my thoughts … Continue reading A Conversation With Patrisse Khan-Cullors

Black Lives Matter Activist Nupol Kiazolu on Womanism

Photo Courtesy of Agaton Strom Photography By Stephanie Younger •  The murder of Trayvon Martin ignited a fire within a then 12-year-old Nupol Kiazolu "that [she's] never felt before." "I couldn’t fully articulate how I felt at the time, but I knew I was angry," she wrote in a post on Instagram. "A few days … Continue reading Black Lives Matter Activist Nupol Kiazolu on Womanism

14 Black Girls, Women & Non-Binary People Every Womanist Should Know About

Alice Walker's "In Search of Our Mother's Gardens," 1983. Photo Courtesy of Religion Dispatches By Stephanie Younger •  Many institutions fail to educate Black History and Women's History from the most marginalized voices in the Black community. Black women, girls and non-binary people are often discredited for our contributions to the feminist movement and the … Continue reading 14 Black Girls, Women & Non-Binary People Every Womanist Should Know About