A Biloxi, Mississippi elementary school principal made an 8-year-old take girl take off her "Black Girls Rock" empowerment shirt because he didn't want anyone to be offended.
Giving young black girls positive reflections of themselves is a must because it improves their chances of growing into their fullest potential—regardless of how it ruffles the feathers of those who lack a fundamental understanding in the intersecting inequalities for marginalized people.
This weekend, BET and Centric air Black Girls Rock! and awards show that celebrates the achievements of African-American women in different areas of entertainment,…
Beverly Bond brings Black Girls Rock back to BET for it’s second airing, a night filled with beautiful women with honorable achievements. This year’s Black Girl’s Rock 2011 honorees included many familiar faces and new ones also. To help keep track, we’ve complied a list of who received an honor and what it was for […]