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Join us for #BlackWomenLead Reach Higher Weekend

During the weekend of Sunday, October 23-24, 2021, Higher Heights will host our 2021 Virtual #ReachHigher Weekend which will include a #BlackWomenLead Boot Camp leadership training and our #BlackWomenLead Sunday Brunch. This weekend will kick-off our 10th year and honor Black women leading on every level.
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#BlackWomenLead Virtual Boot Camp | Saturday, Oct. 23

Our #BlackWomenLead Boot Camp training will provide the resources to help our members run, win and lead in their local communities and the national stage. Our Boot Camp will be Saturday, October 23rd, Noon- 3 pm ET. You’ll learn the ins and outs of fundraising, developing your campaign plan, and campaign staffing. All of these skills will equip you to run your campaign.
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#BlackWomenLead Virtual Sunday Brunch | Sunday, Oct. 24

During our Sunday Brunch, we will honor some of our best and brightest Black women leaders. This will be a celebration honoring women in politics and activism and will be followed by entertainment that includes a celebrity chef, a look back at the last ten years of Higher Heights, and of course, we will end the day with a little fun and music! The price of the brunch starts at $100, or $125 for the full weekend access. Our brunch will be held on Sunday, October 24th from 2- 4 pm ET.
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Higher Heights Statement on Voting Rights After Black Women Leader Roundtable Meeting with Vice President Kamala Harris

Higher Heights for America President and CEO Glynda C. Carr issued the following statement on voting rights after a roundtable meeting held by Vice President Kamala Harris with Black women leaders to discuss the issue.
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#BWL Summer Reading List

The #BlackWomenLead Summer Reading List is Back! This year’s list is filled with a variety of subjects from a group of talented Black women authors. Whether your tastes are fiction, politics, or memoirs, this year’s list is sure to provide you with a plethora of options. As you sit back and enjoy your summer, make sure you find time to relax with a good book from our list!
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New Merch Alert: #BWL PRIDE Tee

This summer we have launched our new #BlackWomenLead PRIDE Tee! Higher Heights is the political home for Black women and allies where the diversity of our members and network is viewed as a powerful community strength that must be celebrated. We honor and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ movement and ask that you stand with us to show our PRIDE with our new #BlackWomenLead Tee.
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Reach Higher

Join Higher Heights as we Reach Higher.

  • Zero Black women in the Senate.
  • Zero Black women on the Supreme Court.
  • Zero Black women Governors.
  • Zero Black women... Presidents.

52 years after Shirley Chisholm’s historic election as the first Black woman in Congress, Black women remain the backbone of our democracy and are more than qualified to lead it. #ReachHigher with Higher Heights for America to support Black women leaders. We need them now more than ever.

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Who We Are

Higher Heights is the political home for Black women and our allies to unleash our collective organizing power from the voting booth to elected office. Together we are lifting our voices, votes and leadership to push for a democracy that looks like us and represents us.
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Join dynamic Black women leaders and their guests in conversation and community with thought leaders and innovators across government, nonprofit and corporate sectors to break down the news and what it means for you.
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Our Chisholm Legacy List

Portrait of  New York State Attorney General

Letitia “Tish” James

New York State Attorney General

Letitia “Tish” James is the 67th Attorney General for the State of New York. She is the first woman of color to…

Portrait of Mayor of Charlotte, NC

Vi Lyles

Mayor of Charlotte, NC

Vi Lyles is serving as the 59th mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, since 2017. She is the first African-American female mayor of…

Portrait of State Delegate, Virginia

Charniele Herring

State Delegate, Virginia

The National Organization for Women called Charniele Herring “heroic” for her work rallying fellow legislators to stand against limits on abortion access,…

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Number of Black women who are eligible to vote

67% are registered.


Number of Black women serving in the U.S. House of Representatives

This is the most ever. But we still account for just 4.1% of all House members while being 6.8% of the population.


Percent of assets donated by Black households to charity

Compared to the 2% donated by their White counterparts. Imagine if we committed a small percentage of this to political giving.