Marching for Black Women

September 30, 2017 Guest Contributor

By Atima Omara This weekend, I will join individuals and organizations from across the country for the March for Black Women. And Black women have many reasons to march: ongoing attacks on voting rights; racial profiling and police brutality; mass incarceration; state and gender-based violence against Black cisgender and transgender women; and attacks on our reproductive autonomy, to

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