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Ajike “AJ” Owens- Black Mother of Four Fatally Shot by White Neighbor in Florida: Community Demands Justice

A tragic incident unfolded in Florida where Ajike "AJ" Owens, a Black mother of four, lost her life due to a fatal shooting. The incident occurred following a dispute with her white neighbor, who allegedly subjected her children to racial slurs. This heartbreaking event has raised concerns and calls for justice within the community. According to local officials, a disagreement had [...]

2023-06-06T16:24:29-04:00June 6th, 2023|Gun Violence, News|0 Comments

Addressing the Intersection of Gun Violence and Black Women: A Call for Action

Gun violence continues to plague communities across the United States, leaving countless families shattered and communities devastated. Within this complex issue lies an often overlooked and disproportionately affected group: black women. The intersectionality of gun violence and its impact on black women demands our urgent attention. In this blog post, we will explore the unique challenges faced by black women, the [...]

2023-06-06T11:27:41-04:00June 5th, 2023|Gun Violence|0 Comments

Join Pastor Mike McBride at the Global Africans Rising Movement at State of the Black World Conference in Baltimore – April 19-23, 2023

Pastor Mike Mcbride will be a featured speaker at the State of the Black World Conference this year State of the Black World Conference V SOBWC V. April 19 – 23, 2023 at the Baltimore Convention Center and the Hilton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. Theme: Global Africans Rising – Empowerment, Reparations and Healing. What is SOBWC? Convened by the [...]

2023-06-05T10:31:52-04:00February 10th, 2023|Events, News|0 Comments

Women’s History Month: Keizayla Fambro

A strong advocate for people, Keizayla Fambro is a seasoned political strategist who began her career as policy and communications director for a sitting councilmember in Cincinnati. At 24, she became the youngest and only Black woman chief of staff serving at Cincinnati City Hall, driving policy while overseeing day-to-day office operations. Now, Keizayla serves as a Senior Political Advisor to [...]

2023-04-03T16:27:28-04:00March 10th, 2022|Events, News|0 Comments

Women’s History Month: Allegra Taylor

Allegra Taylor of Sacramento ACT was recently profiled by the Sacramento Observer to discuss her career in activism, and working with the next generation: “Somebody has to be the voice of reason in those situations. Somebody has to have an eye out for this younger generation that is fearless. Fearless, bold and ready to fight. We’ve got to stay on the front lines with [...]

2023-04-03T16:27:43-04:00March 10th, 2022|Events, Gun Violence, News, Police Brutality|0 Comments

Women’s History Month

In 1987, the National Women’s History Project petitioned Congress to designate March as Women’s History Month. Women’s History Month celebrates contributions women have made to the United States and it also recognizes specific achievements women have made throughout American history in a variety of fields. In early women’s suffrage movements, white women’s suffrage was prioritized over voting rights for all women. [...]

2023-04-03T16:11:15-04:00March 1st, 2022|Events, Gun Violence, News, Police Brutality|0 Comments
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