Women Up Front: Networking For Power

A year ago a partnership between the MWC, FNM and NLIRH convened a diverse and powerful group of women leaders and launched the Women Leadership Network Initiative. We created the space because we understand that working women and women of color occupy central and trusted leadership positions in our communities…. Continue Reading

Disillusioned black voters ask: Is voting even worth it?

Jacksonville, Fla. — During those two electric Novembers, the chance to elect a black president, and then keep him in office, seized Regenia Motley’s neighborhood. Nightclubs were registering voters. Churches held fish fries after loading buses that ferried parishioners to the polls. A truck hoisted a big sign that said “Obama.”… Continue Reading