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, May 20, 2022
As America’s oldest Black women’s golf club celebrates an 85-year legacy on the links, thousands of us tee off across the nation. Plus: Black golfers’ getaways.
, May 13, 2022
Here’s how to enjoy recent releases like King Richard and West Side Story right from home and independent of a streaming service.
By Aabye-Gayle D. Francis-Favilla
, May 13, 2022
With fuel prices going up and flights being canceled, we’re heralding the hidden figure whose work is saving us time, money and frustration on the road.
, April 29, 2022
These role models, writers, advocates, artists, healers and others are redefining parenting in the 21st century.
By Aabye-Gayle D. Francis-Favilla
, April 15, 2022
AARP celebrates the centenarian, who was America’s oldest serving ranger with the National Park Service before retiring this spring.  
, April 1, 2022
Sweltering streets. Toxic tap water. Parched pastureland. People of color bear the brunt of pollution’s effects worldwide. Meet Black women fighting to protect us — and the planet.
, March 25, 2022
One of my sheroes, Dr. bell hooks gave women a language to express our lives, our work and our feelings of love, despair and hope.
, March 25, 2022
Starting in second grade, I’ve learned again and again that ‘looking just a little bit Black’ isn’t a compliment or an advantage.
, March 18, 2022
Reading stories fed me. So why couldn’t I get back to this habit that I loved and that had saved my life, time and time again?
By Aabye-Gayle D. Francis-Favilla
, March 11, 2022
In the 1920s, she became the first African American woman to earn a pilot license. Carole Hopson, a commercial aviator, penned a historical novel based on her story. 
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