Kneading Dough

By Charniece Fox Richardson My hands are at 10 o’clock and 1 on the steering wheel, and I am running off a to-do list in my head, stuck in traffic. It is 7:14 am. So far, my hands have changed 2 diapers, cooked oatmeal, washed up dinner dishes, made a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and […]

Sweet Livity

By Diana Marie Lee Growing up African American back and forth between the urban streets of Richmond, California and more rural Muskogee, Oklahoma (where the legacy of the Tulsa massacre lingers on), “social justice” was the water I drank and the air I breathed. There were three pillars on which my family’s faith and sacrifice […]

Women of Color Be the Media 2013

  In April we held our first cross-network event in New York City and it was simply phenomenal.  Over 40 women of color spent the day together thanks to Progressive Communicators Network (PCN) and Standing in Our Power (SiOP), who joined forces to organize Women of Color Be the Media.  Here are a just two quotes from the […]