Black women have been writing themselves into history for centuries, and She Wrote the Book is a campaign to showcase and collaborate with the Black literary community and passionate Black women readers through virtual events, cross-generational discussions, and curated digital content.
Raven Barnes is a seasoned professional with over two decades of experience in the education and business field, who has championed the implementation of technology-driven learning tools, and spearheaded partnerships with local communities and businesses to create unique learning opportunities for students.
Christen Reyes is a BFA recipient from Howard University, a proud legacy of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and a certified Horton Technique teacher. She has performed with Alfre Woodard at the Lincoln Memorial for Constitution Day and at the two Inaugural Celebrations for the re-election of President Barack Obama, as well as performing with Anthony Hamilton on TV1’s A Christmas Special.
Caregiver Coach PAT Bailey is knowledgeable on the disease and the necessary caregiver process, as she works with the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) […]
Tameka Davis is no newcomer to hard work and deification. A mother of one, Davis is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a B.S. in […]
By Eliza Siegel Open an American history textbook from the last 50 years to the women’s suffrage chapter, and you will likely find a summary that places Susan B. Anthony […]
Jessica Glaspie is the author of “Life, Love, and HIV: A Memoir” which speaks to her contracting HIV in 2009. Glaspie was born in Zion, IL and is the mother […]
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By Hiram Jackson Originally appeared in Word in Black Despite the Carlee Russell hoax, Black women go missing disproportionately. Where are the news stories about them? According to the National Crime […]
On June 16th, the Reconciliation and Restoration Foundation hosted dynamic women from across the DFW gathered for an afternoon to discuss navigating the nonprofit world, specifically as a Black woman. […]