Designer Melody Ehsani’s Latest Collection Honors ‘Black Women in Defiance’

Thomas Waller for Yahoo! finance Designer Melody Ehsani has joined forces with “I Support Black Women” campaign founder Trinice McNally, Black Women Radicals founder Jaimee Swift and national media organization Breakthrough to launch the “Black Women in Defiance” charm bracelet. The bracelet honors 10 Black women activists and historical figures from the U.S., Latin America,…

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Forbes.com: Meet The Black Queer And Trans Women Making History With Radical Approaches Toward Nonprofit Work

“What we don’t see, what we don’t hear, we cannot humanize,” she said. To that end, Lewis explained that without charity through the lens of humanity, our most vulnerable populations will remain so. Reid, Pauleanna, “Meet The Black Queer And Trans Women Making History With Radical Approaches Toward Nonprofit Work,” Forbes.com, March 30, 2022, https://www.forbes.com/sites/pauleannareid/2022/03/30/meet-the-black-queer-and-trans-women-making-history-with-radical-approaches-toward-nonprofit-work/

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Our Stories in Vivid Color: Black Histories and Futures

Are you a storyteller? A social justice warrior? In this dynamic conversation hosted by the LA County Library, Breakthrough President & CEO Nakisha M. Lewis speaks with Brittany Armstrong and Lauren Stockmon Brown about how Black women and girls are driving culture change, and how their histories and futures intersect with queer, disabled, and diasporic…

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Culture and Social Change with Breakthrough’s Darnell Moore | Skoll.org

Darnell Moore, Breakthrough U.S. board member in conversation with American broadcast journalist Ray Suarez. Darnell is an award-winning writer and activist, a leader in the Movement for Black Lives, and a tireless advocate for justice and liberation. He is co-managing editor of The Feminist Wire and the author of No Ashes in the Fire. His writings…

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CASE STUDY: TARGETING MICRO COMMUNITIES

We partnered with Facebook to test how targeting micro-communities could build organic interest and offline connections. Powering Culture Change to End Campus Sexual Assault The campaign goal was to disrupt and transform the culture of sexual violence on campuses to make all students safer. By targeting students and people affiliated with universities through social media,…

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