The Radical Black Women of Harlem Walking Tour was researched by Asha Futterman with support from Mariame Kaba, with map design by Arrianna Planey, and publication design by Neta Bomani. This tour guide is designed for educational and organizing use by students, educators, and community members.
A particularly evil thing about racism is its ability to make Black women feel alone. For my whole life I’ve been taught that I’m alone, that I will be one of the first or one of the only, that Black people haven’t existed in the places that I exist, but it’s all a lie. There […]
This resource guide is intended for service providers to improve their competency to better assist clients in these dangerous times, and reduce secondary traumas in their practice. It is intended as a living document to be used and adapted based on feedback from clients, community members, activists, and service providers, as well as changes to our political landscape.