Women’s History Month

From the housing crisis and the pandemic to voting rights and police reform, these changemakers dare to do the unthinkable when it comes to shifting the scales of justice and equality for all.

On the last day of Black History Month, The House of Representatives have unanimously voted to grant the only all-Black women unit deployed in World War II, the Congressional Gold Medal for their exceptional service under extremely stressful times. The Six Triple Eight, or the the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, were a group of […]