Janaye Ingram

3/7/17- Jacque Reid goes Inside Her Story with Janae Ingram, one of the organizers of A Day Without A Woman, to talk about the goal of the movement and how we can all help. “We have been talking about  how we can create some sort of impact to understand our impact in society. In this instance […]

Roland Martin talks to the Women’s March organizer Janaye Ingram and Attorney Monique Pressley, about the massive turnout of women across the globe during the weekend of Donald Trump’s inauguration. “This was the second usage of Metro here. We are super excited. This is the beginning of a huge movement that will hold not only this […]

What is it to be Black and a woman in this country that values neither?

When footage surfaced of a Columbia, SC high school student being flipped in her desk and then dragged across the floor by a school resource…

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When Bree Newsome removed the Confederate flag from a flagpole in South Carolina, it was the duty of an activist who was tired of the rhetoric…

There’s an old adage: “take two steps forward, one step back.” At times in the Black community, it seems like we take one step forward…

Much was made about the Oscars last Sunday. The hash tag #OscarsSoWhite reflected the absence of color among some of the biggest categories of the…

There’s a line that says, “Don’t tell me what your priorities are.  Show me how you spend your money and I’ll tell you what your…

There’s a famous quote that some people perhaps falsely attributed to Albert Einstein that says, “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by…