Black History Month
February is Black History Month in the United States, and it’s also a time to celebrate Black history, activism, and resistance across the globe. Join Global Fund for Women as we highlight Black leaders in philanthropy, development, and global health from across the world who are showing up, shifting power, and putting solidarity into practice across borders.
The brainchild of Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans, Black History Month commemorates and celebrates the contributions of people of African descent. Black lives matter across all borders—so Black History Month must be noted, celebrated, and preserved across borders as well. Just as state violence, authoritarianism, and white supremacy do not begin or end with one country, neither do exceptional and groundbreaking Black leaders and freedom fighters.
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Join Global Fund for Women this Black History Month as we highlight brilliant Black women leaders who are disrupting philanthropy and development, moving money, and getting results. We’re sharing Black history around the world that features the people and organizations who center Black freedom, Black joy, and Black dignity every day. Global Fund for Women…
Black history doesn’t begin and end with the United States. And Women’s History Month isn’t the only time that gender justice organizations should be looking at the past. If we take the time to look, Black history, activism, and resistance are found across the globe. For Black History Month, Global Fund for Women will be…
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