We had such a good time meeting up in Oakland at Farley’s East. The evening happy hour was part of the coffee shop’s community service project and BlackFemaleProject is the September 2018 NON PROFIT OF THE MONTH. List of resources included in this post.
After nearly four years of contemplating the launch of a blog for PJS Consultants, it is today, two days after 18-year-old Nia Wilson was murdered on Oakland’s MacArthur BART station platform, that I am motivated enough to commit to documenting how and why language used in the media perpetuates division and the dehumanization of Black women.
Multi-faceted Black female professional Gail Fuller sits down with BlackFemaleProject to discuss trends in Black women’s career experiences across multiple industries. Gail shares candidly about her journey and the wisdom that’s come as a result. LISTEN NOW.
From Vanessa: At dusk staring down the Manhattan Bridge, Chloe and I attempted the impossible: an interview in the streets of Brooklyn. I thought I knew how to share on the fly, but then other memories came up and I was borderline going on a tangent. Lol. But it was great to be in my hometown remembering back to the first time I spoke with Precious...and the rest is history.