Black Feminism

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Black Women Honor Ntozake Shange's Feminist Legacy

The author of the genre-smashing “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When The Rainbow Is Enuf” died at age 70.

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Celebrate Black Womanhood With New 'Professional Black Girl' Trailer

Created by scholar Dr. Yaba Blay, the video series premieres this Friday.

ROUNDUP: What You Need to Know About the Reaction to bell hooks' Critique of 'Lemonade'

From Melissa Harris-Perry to Jamilah Lemieux, several prominent Black women in media and academia have weighed in on the state of Black Feminism and hooks’ take on the visual album. Listen in on the conversation.

Beyoncé Talks Police Violence, Feminism in Elle Interview

The “Formation” singer covers the May 2016 issue of the women’s magazine

Black Feminists Respond to Ferguson

Black feminists have been providing intersectional analysis of Ferguson and highlighting the ways race and gender influence police brutality.