Since I wrote "Why I Do Not Support The Women's March on Washington," in November, many people have contacted me wanting guidance on whether or not they should attend, so let's get to it.Read More
As a Black woman, I am once again let down by people who call themselves feminists. I have been marginalized by the movement and now, my guard is up.Read More
Introducing the 2016 fellows of the Benjamin Quarles Research Institute at Morgan State University. Today, Dr. Natasha C. Pratt-Harris and her students interviewed me for a discussion about the intersections of race, class and gender regarding state sanctioned police violence for scholarly research. They are awesome students and I'm glad I was able to spend my evening with them.
During the week of April 21 – 27, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh traveled to Baltimore to introduce Stop Telling Women To Smile, an on-going traveling public art series that attempts to address gender-based street harassment.Read More