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Vantage Point: Black Women Voters and the Black Freedom Struggle With Special Guest Barbara Arnwine, Esq.

By Black Women Making History, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

March 29, 2021 — On this Women’s History Month edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Barbara Arnwine, Esq. Topic Black Women Voters and the Black Freedom Struggle Special Guest Phenomenal Black Woman: Barbara Arnwine, Esq., President/Founder, Transformative Justice Coalition, Washington, DC Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 3-4PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network, New York Livestream (Online) — Click Here…

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Vantage Point: The Power of Art and Cultural Resistance – by Michele Voltaire Marcelin

By Black Women Making History, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

March 22, 2021 — On this Women’s History Month edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Michele Voltaire Marcelin. Topic The Power of Art and Cultural Resistance Special Guest Phenomenal Black Woman: Michele Voltaire Marcelin, Haitian American Artist and Author of Witness Resistance and Lost and Found, Brooklyn, NY Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 3-4PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network,…

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Vantage Point Radio: Caribbean Women and Reparatory Justice by Dr. Verene Shepherd

By Black Women Making History, Reparations, Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point March 15, 2021 — On this Women’s History Month edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Dr. Verene Shepherd. Topic Caribbean Women and Reparatory Justice Special Guest Phenomenal Black Woman: Dr. Verene Shepherd, Director Center for Reparations Research, Kingston, Jamaica Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 3-4PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica Network, New York Livestream (Online) — Click Here…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Black Women’s Organizations Matter

By Black Women in History, Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Julianne Malveaux — March is Women’s History Month, and this month is the perfect time to uplift the Black women’s organizations that make such an essential difference in our lives. Last year, both the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women (NANBPW) celebrated their 85th anniversary. Thanks to COVID, neither organization had the opportunity to celebrate in the way they…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

What if Women Didn’t Talk?

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Julianne Malveaux — Patriarchy baffles me as much as white supremacy does. How do the men, birthed by women, consider us inferior? When we raise our voices, we are irrational or hysterical. When we are emphatic, we are hostile. According to former Japanese Prime Minister Yoshiro Mori, we talk too much in meetings when we talk. Mori offered this weak excuse when questioned about the scarcity of women on…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Maulana Karenga

Dr. Maulana Karenga on “Cherishing and Challenging Kamala Harris”

By Commentaries/Opinions

Cherishing and Challenging Kamala Harris: Issues of Commutment and Accountability By Dr. Maulana Karenga— There is no doubt that the nomination and election of Kamala Harris as Vice President Elect of the United States of America is of great importance and meaning to us as a people. Indeed, it was a hard-won victory, not only at the voting box, but over the numerous evil, oppressive and varied attempts to deny…

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Vantage Point: Janice Mathis. Esq., Phenomenal Black Woman

By Vantage Point Radio, Video/Audio

Vantage Point November 30, 2020 — On this edition of Vantage Point, host Dr. Ron Daniels aka The Professor talks with special guest Janice Mathis, Esq. Topic: Phenomenal Black Woman. Guest: Janice Mathis, Esq. Executive Director, National Council of Negro Women, Washington, DC. Ways to listen Live (Radio) — Mondays 3-4PM on WBAI, 99.5FM, Pacifica…

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Kamala Harris- 2020 Election.

What Kamala Harris’s Historic Win Means to Me as an Indo African Caribbean Woman

By Commentaries/Opinions

Writer Nadine Drummond reflects on the beauty and hope in Kamala Harris’s win of the 2020 vice presidential election. By Nadine Drummond — African: check. Indian: check. Jamaican: check. Woman: check. Senator Kamala Devi Harris, who will officially be the 46th vice president of the United States, is essentially all that I am. I’m filled with so much joy right now, I almost feel like I won the election myself. Harris’s ascension…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Exhale. Inhale. Roll Your Sleeves Up

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Julianne Malveaux — It took five days for the 2020 election to be called for former Vice President Joe Biden. Five days with me peeled to the television and the internet. Five days holding my breath. Five days, meditating and praying for strength. I could not imagine four more years of Trump. I actually started going through my belongings, trying to decide which one would make the cut for…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

COVID Halts Women’s Workplace Progress

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux — Economic recovery will be a long time coming. The Federal Reserve Bank says our corona recession will last into 2021, and perhaps even into 2022. If a vaccine is developed, a distribution plan still needs to be worked out, and there is still so much we don’t know about COVID. We do know that our economy has slowed and is only inching toward normalcy. We…

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Commentary, Articles and Essays by Dr. Julianne Malveaux

Black Girl Magic and the 2020 Election

By Dr. Julianne Malveaux

By Julianne Malveaux — For the sixth year in a row, Essence Magazine and the Black Women’s Roundtable have surveyed Black women about the issues that concern them most. Melanie Campbell, Convener of the Black Women’s Roundtable and President and CEO of the National Coalition for Black Civic Participation, summarizes the top concerns: “survival, safety, and stability.” Black women are concerned about the rise in hate crimes and the persistence…

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