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Black Mothers Have An Infant Mortality Crisis

AFRICANGLOBE - There is, unfortunately, an indisputable truth in America: that Black mothers, and their babies, die at a staggering rate during childbirth. When compared to their white counterparts, even across class lines, the difference is shocking. Even during their prenatal appointments, Black women are treated unbelievably poorly.

This 22-Year-Old Is The 1st Black Female Nanoscientist In Virginia

AFRICANGLOBE - Ginai Seabron just made history as the first Black woman to become a nanoscientist in the state of Virginia. Seabron, 22, was pleasantly surprised when she discovered that she was the first Black woman to graduate with a Bachelor of Science from Virginia Tech’s nanoscience program, and spoke with NBC 12 about how she verified the news.

This Is What Calling The Cops As A Black Woman In...

AFRICANGLOBE - A Florida woman just learned the hard way what calling 911 in a police state can look like. While there are certainly police officers who will heroically rush in to stop dangerous situations, there are others who appear to get off on asserting their authority and hurting people.

Stop Letting Politicians Use You As Props – The Gantt Report

AFRICANGLOBE - Kathleen Cleaver and Assata Shakur and other conscious Black women were not mistreated, exploited and victimized because they were Democrats or Republicans, African American women are used as political props because they are BLACK!

White Women Going To Prison At Higher Rate Than Ever Before

AFRICANGLOBE - The U.S. imprisonment rate has been declining for almost a decade, yet the number of women in prison at the end of 2015 (about 105,000) is virtually identical to what it was when the de-incarceration trend began. The size of the female inmate population is being maintained by surging imprisonment among women of a particular race: whites.

Black Women Talk Tech Seeks To Inspire And Connect Female Startups...

AFRICANGLOBE - With research showing that Black women are the fastest growing group of female entrepreneurs, Black women in tech are no longer hidden figures; but there is a funding gap to support their innovation. However, this funding obstacle did not stop the three innovators.

These 4 Businesses Are Owned By Black Women. Support Them!

AFRICANGLOBE - As a Black woman, it can be hard to find inclusive products that are tailored to your individual skin and hair needs. Fortunately, these Black-owned subscription boxes provide the solution to your problem.

#MeToo Feminuts Warning Not To Allow Girls To Hug Relatives

AFRICANGLOBE - Are holidays a time of good cheer to celebrate with family, or a great chance to learn about consent by refusing to hug your relatives, as the US Girl Scouts suggested?

The Swirling Tendencies Of Black Women: They Are Justifying It With...

AFRICANGLOBE - Since the period of slavery when rape was perpetuated by the slave masters, social relations in Brazil occurred largely between white men and Black women. Even during post-slavery this dynamic of relations between Black women and white men continued. For it is more feasible for a Black woman to have relations with white men, because they enjoy more social privileges and more favorable financial conditions. What is there to say about the many domestic servants who were often forced to have relations with their white bosses to keep their jobs, and often times this kind of relationship was consensual.

Black Fathers Must Be Respected

AFRICANGLOBE - Too many women are sacrificing the well being of their children for their personal issues with the father. No one benefits in that situation and that father suffers right along with the child. There are men that hurt deeply in private because they long to spend time with their babies.

Blac Chyna Gets Into Fight In Africa While Promoting Skin Bleaching

AFRICANGLOBE - Blac Chyna is bringing her self-haterd to Lagos, Nigeria to promote her foolish skin bleaching cream, which is bizarrely titled Whitenicious, the 30-year-old mother of two was caught on camera getting into a fight outside of car in Lagos, Nigeria.

Black People Why Live Amongst Your Enemy

AFRICANGLOBE - The idea is simple, I work hard for what I have, and I have a RIGHT to live wherever I choose. Basically, white people don’t have to like us, but you will respect our right to live. That has always been the goal, right? Have we taken into consideration what living amongst our enemies can do to us mentally, or to our children? Should our kids be exposed to racism where they lay their heads? What price are we willing to pay to prove a point?

This Is What Virginia Wants To Do With Low-Income Women Who...

AFRICANGLOBE - The governor of the state of Virginia signed off on the $6 million LARCs initiative in the bi-annual budget. The funding, which comes from the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) block grants, is allocated by the General Assembly.

Black-Owned Lingerie Brand Spices Up The Market

AFRICANGLOBE - Black British entrepreneur Sadia Sisay has created a beautiful line of lingerie called BeingU that Black women everywhere will love. Not only are her creations sexy and comfortable, but they are also designed to match a variety of skin tones. What a great idea!

Hillary Clinton’s Celebrity Feminism Was A Huge Failure

AFRICANGLOBE - Hillary Clinton will not be our first woman president, a symbolic blow made more painful by the fact that she lost to a raging misogynist and sexual predator. Donald Trump is now set to preside over a unified Republican government. This will almost certainly be disastrous for women, but according to exit polls, 53 percent of white women voted for him anyway.

Trump’s Victory And The Duping Of Black Women By White Feminists

AFRICANGLOBE - To the White feminist women for Trump, I’m so done with y’all. I’ve never felt so betrayed, horrified and disappointed by a group of people in my life. Today, I feel like you slit my soul’s throat with your knife of privileged indifference. Perhaps I’ve been living under a rock for the last few years, or perhaps I’ve been operating under the guise of misplaced faith in you. But here I am, days after, and I want to scream at this pain and betrayal I’m feeling. Like so many feminists in this election and so many more before it, the choice defaulted to Whiteness, above all else. Whiteness at any cost.