Is 2017 The Year Of The Black Woman Mayor?

Year_of_the_Mayor.jpegAcross the nation, black women are taking it upon themselves to impact their communities in the most direct way possible.

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Why the Politics of Black Girl Magic Are More Relevant than Ever

Black women are demonstrating how we truly lead and what the term #BlackGirlMagic is all about.

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Black Women Who Broke Through on Election Night

Despite the presidential election results, Black women knocked down doors in several areas of the country at the polls.

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Election 2016: What Black Women Want

What Black women want are long term initiatives and strategies able to secure the future of their families, communities and neighborhoods.

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Black Women’s Political Leadership by the Numbers

Last year, we saw the largest number of Black women running for public office at the state-wide and federal levels. In all, more than 100 Black candidates campaigned for these elected positions. Twenty-five African Americans—10 of them women—sought statewide office in 2014, compared to 17 in 2002, which held the previous record for Black candidates seeking statewide office in a general election.

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