#Chisholm and the Road to the White House



May 2016 #SundayBrunch Menu


#BlackWomenLead a Conversation on Motherhood, Politics and Leadership

Happy Mother’s Day!  As we prepare to celebrate the mothers in our lives or the legacy of mothers that made a lasting impact on us with reflection, flowers, cards, brunches and dinners, and hugs and kisses please join Higher Heights in celebrating theses amazing women that have influenced our society in countless ways.

Often times, we hear that family obligations are a barrier for women when they consider stepping off the sidelines and into leadership roles. When in fact the unique perspective that mothers bring to decision-making tables helps create better policies. This Mother’s Day we asked four amazing elected women serving in various levels of government to share their thoughts and advice about running for office and serving as mothers.   

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Will 2016 be the Year #BlackWomenLead on the Ballot?

By Glynda Carr and Kimberly Peeler-Allen
Co-Founders, Higher Heights

As America ponders if we are “ready” for a woman president, 2016 provides a unique opportunity to harness women’s political and economic power to elevate women’s voices in important debates and impact this election in a significant way, including supporting and electing more women.

Hillary Clinton’s candidacies represent the possibilities that exist for women’s leadership as she seeks to crack the ultimate glass ceiling. What remains to be seen, though, is whether or not her historic race will help to create the momentum needed to elect more women in down ballot races across the country.

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March 2016 #SundayBrunch Menu


Black Women Voters: By the Numbers
By Glynda C. Carr and Kelly Ditmar, Ph.D.

What Black Women Voters Want?
We need to hear from you! Take our survey and add your voice to the open letter to the 2016 presidential candidates.

Sista to Watch: GA Rep. Stacey Abrams
Stacey Abrams is the House Minority Leader for the Georgia General Assembly and State Representative for the 89th House District.

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