On Saturday, activists will hold nationwide demonstrations surrounding Planned Parenthood’s federal funding.
It's safe to say, no one could fathom the overwhelming turnout for the Women's March in Washington on Saturday (Jan 21).
Among the thousands were Angela Davis, Alicia Keys, the Mothers of the Movement, and more — who all provided priceless moments to remember.
The rally will still continue, Chicago Tribune reports.
The women's march, reportedly the largest protest surrounding Trump’s inauguration, is slated to take place on January 21, a day after he is sworn into office.
This bit of international #BlackGirlMagic is bound to brighten up your day! As Americans, we are well aware of all the benefits of living in Canada, including how forward-thinking they are in ways that we have yet to catch up to. Well they are taking another giant step forward by officially putting a black woman […]
Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) delivered this week’s CBC Message To America and spoke about protecting women's rights to quality health care.
President Obama on Saturday dedicated his keynote speech at the Phoenix Awards — a banquet to culminate the 45th Annual Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Annual Legislative…
Clearing up comments he made, presidential candidate Jeb Bush said he "misspoke" when he suggested women's health was overfunded.
Senate Democratic leaders on Monday blocked a procedural vote that would have cut funding for Planned Parenthood, according to The Huffington Post. Republican leaders needed…