Women’s History Month

Johanne Brierre used her decades of experience in the hospitality industry to ignite her passion for uniting creatives and small business owners together.

For Women’s History Month, we spotlight poet and artist Monique Lorden’s journey. Check out a gallery of her work inside.

Majic 102.3/92.7 & Praise 104.1 celebrates Women's History Month with She IS, a virtual empowerment event honoring the many achievements of women.

Radio One celebrates International Women’s Day! Each year, on March 8th women across the world unite and celebrate this special day which promotes the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women of all walks of life. There are so many excellent feminist songs performed by female musicians that highlight the strength, beauty, and intellect […]

The Dallas Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans game Wednesday will be produced by an all-female team. The game’s announcers are Beth Mowins and Doris Burke. On International Women’s Day, there will be more than 70 women covering the pregame and the game. Many positions will be filled by them, including those of analysts, commentators, producers, […]

Throughout the game on International Women’s Day, The Washington Wizards have a lot of surprises in store...

Virginia's newest member of Congress is Jennifer McClellan, the first Black woman elected in Virginia to the U.S. House of Representatives. The timing of the win couldn't be more significant. The post HERstory: Jennifer McClellan’s Historic Election Makes Her Virginia’s First Black Congresswoman appeared first on NewsOne.

In March, The Black Girl Magic Museum will open at the Southwest Center in Dallas. The post The Black Girl Magic Museum In Dallas Will Honor Black Women Who Made History appeared first on NewsOne.

Aisha Braveboy, State's Attorney for Prince George's County was interviewed on The Outlet with Kei-Touch in celebration of Women's History Month. During the interview she shared that she was so moved by the Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, she was inspired to write a poem and produce a video titled She Is Me. This video is comprised of the Prince George's County State's Attorney's Office Team, community leaders and others.

In honor of Women's History Month, Kei-Touch interviewed The Honorable Aisha Braveboy, State's Attorney for Prince George's County, MD. She shared some of her story and what led het to become an attorney. State's Attorney Braveboy was inspired by Supreme Court Nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to write a poem titled She is Me.