Black Women are the Most Rapidly Growing Prison Population, Criminalized and Stereotyped as Aggressive
Caryn York, executive director of the Job Opportunities Task Force and Nicole Hanson, director of Out for Justice, talk about why black girls are punished more harshly than any other demographic and are the largest growing population in the prison system. Black women are given stereotypical handles like aggressive and hostile. Instead of dealing with…
We revisit Khalilah Harris’ summer 2018 conversation with Ntozake Shange, renowned author of For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Is Enuf, in what may have been her final interview
Khalilah Harris discusses the role of women of color in driving voter engagement during the midterm elections in Baltimore and beyond
In this series, TRNN explores the myriad of ways law enforcement marginalizes women of color in Baltimore and beyond
The great granddaughter of Henrietta Lacks helps keep her legacy alive in at the Bio Technical Institute of Maryland, which provides technical education to students who pay no tuition and often find rewarding careers.