Check out my guest article for Dope Era Magazine, reflecting on the #MeToo Movement and the future of intersectional feminism’s work to combat sexual harassment and violence against women. Excerpt: “Black female victims of sexual harassment and assault are rarely deemed worthy of empathy and support and so they rarely get it. Many accuse them […]
What an honor it was to be ranked #25 on the list of the 100 Most Influential People in Philadelphia! Philly is my new home and I cam back here to continue the work to liberate marginalized people. It was a great honor to be recognized for my work. Here is my personal profile: http://www.phillymag.com/news/2017/10/21/feminista-jones-writer-activist/ Here is […]
Chris “Fresh Kid Ice” Wong Won, member of the controversial group, 2 Live Crew, died at age 53 on July 13, 2017. I send warm regards to his family and loved ones who lost their kin entirely too soon. Let me state this clearly: You don’t have to like 2 Live Crew. You can find […]
I was so honored to have the opportunity to speak with a phenomenal activist, Vivian D. Nixon, for NY Women’s Foundation. She has worked tirelessly to advocate for women who have been incarcerated and her story is powerful. Read more in the newest e-zine by NYF here Support the New York Women’s Foundation here
Join Leslie Mac and I for the 2nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sit-in taking place at a MLK space near you!! We’re currently seeking organizers to help us set us various events around the United States and abroad. Last year, we had an amazing turnout in cities across America. There was joy, reflection, […]
Hello, hello! On Dec. 12, 2016, I joined a progressive think tank to have a conversation about how we can support and defend the working class in the Trump era. It also aired on C-SPAN. Enjoy!!
I’m happy to share that I am the new program manager of Witnesses to Hunger, a national community advocacy organization compromised of caregivers of children who live in poverty and navigate food insecurity and other devastating effects of poverty. I moved to Philadelphia from my home, NYC, to embark on this new endeavor and my […]