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Failing to see Black excellence, again

It has taken some time for me to write about the Delaware State University lacrosse incident.

Black women are still dying from childbirth in 2022. Why?

Black women in Los Angeles County are four times more likely to die because of pregnancy and its complications than…

Women’s Groups, Advocates Decry SCOTUS Leaked Roe Decision

The startling news about the U.S. Supreme Court’s draft decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe V. Wade law immediately stirred…

“Maggieglenn’s Poetic Expressions” a simply AWESOME book of poems about social justice

With her latest book, “Maggieglenn’s Poetic Expressions” author Margaret Gray-Davis is a humorous writer, woman of faith, a romanticist, and…

Serena Williams’ Message to Medical Professionals: Listen to Black Women

For tennis superstar Serena Williams, giving birth to her baby, it turned out, was a test for how loud and…

NKU hosting multi-day diversity event with award-winning vocalist René Marie

Sistahs Who Swing will celebrate and highlight African American women artists, educators, and businesswomen from March 24-26.

Small Business Spotlight with House of Restoration Mental and Medical Oasis

"I always knew that I wanted to open my own medical practice. Starting out as a nurse's aide in the…

Fly girl scholar earns Pilot Wings

Three years ago, Sisters of the Skies Inc. (SOS) awarded their first scholarship to RaShanda Nicole Lee. Nicole, a Kent…

Black Beauty is Black History

The Herald Beauty welcomes everyone to Black History Month. There have been so many instrumental Black women in the beauty…

Denise Taylor installed as first Black president of Women’s Council or Realtors in Ohio

Denise Taylor was installed in Columbus, Ohio as the first African American President for the Women’s Council of Realtors Ohio…