Teach Your Students About Black Women This Women’s History Month | Huffington Post "Focusing on the stories of black women opens the door for nearly every form of injustice and oppression to be explored."

“Focusing on the stories of black women opens the door for nearly every form of injustice and oppression to be explored.”

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#HerToo: The Story of the DC Woman Who Helped Make Sexual Harassment Illegal | Washingtonian Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere.

Four decades before #MeToo, Sandra Bundy fought back against the lewd supervisors at her DC job—and won. Her case established sexual-harassment protections for women everywhere.

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They’re Walking Five Days Straight to Honor Harriet Tubman—and Black Women Everywhere | Yes Magazine The women of GirlTrek are traversing 100 miles of the Underground Railroad to highlight Black female health and wellness.

The women of GirlTrek are traversing 100 miles of the Underground Railroad to highlight Black female health and wellness.

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Six Unsung Heroines of the Civil Rights Movement | History.com While their stories may not be widely known, countless dedicated, courageous women were key organizers and activists in the fight for Civil Rights.

While their stories may not be widely known, countless dedicated, courageous women were key organizers and activists in the fight for Civil Rights.

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Valeisha Butterfield Jones Makes Major Boss Moves With New Appointment at Google | Black Enterprise Google executive Valeisha Butterfield Jones will continue to advocate for diversity and inclusion in tech but on a new level and with a new title.

Google executive Valeisha Butterfield Jones will continue to advocate for diversity and inclusion in tech but on a new level and with a new title.

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God Is A Woman: Prof. Treva Lindsey Uncovers Black Womanhood In D.C. In ‘Colored No More’ | Vibe Washington, D.C. has contributed to this nation in a number of ways: from its slaves building the White House, to birthing award-winning actors and rappers, and developing world-renown critical thinkers.

Washington, D.C. has contributed to this nation in a number of ways: from its slaves building the White House, to birthing award-winning actors and rappers, and developing world-renown critical thinkers.

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