#someofusarebrave

Black Women for Wellness Newsletter Series Some of Us Are Brave

Day #1 – But Some of Us Are Brave

By Akasha Gloria Hull, Barbara Smith and Patricia Bell Scott

But Some of Us Are Brave

African American Author Akasha Gloria Hull

African American Author Barbara Smith

African American Author Patricia Bell Scott

Day #2 – A Terrible Thing to Waste

By Harriet A. Washington

A Terrible Thing to Waste by Harriet Washington

African American Author Harriet Washington

Day #3 – The Warmth of Other Suns

By Isabel Wilkerson

The Warmth of Other Suns
Isabel Wilkerson

Day #4 – A Taste of Power

By Elaine Brown

A Taste of Power by Elaine Brown

African American Writer Elaine Brown

Day #5 – In My Place

By Charlayne Hunter Gault

In My Place by Charlayne Hunter Gault

African American Writer Charlayne Hunter Gault

Day #6 – Things I Should Have Told My Daughter

By Pearl Cleage

The Things I Should Have Told My Daughter by Pearl Cleage

African American Author Pearl Cleage

Day #7 – ain't i a woman: black women and feminism

By Bell Hooks

Ain't I A Women by Bell Hooks

African American Author Bell Hooks

Day #8 – Sister Citizen

By Melissa Harris-Perry

Sister Citizen by Melissa Harris-Perry

African American Author Melissa Harris Perry

Day #9 – Black Feminist Thought

By Patricia Hill Collins

Black Feminist Thought - Book Cover

Patricia Hill Collins

Day #10 – Reproductive Justice

By Loretta Ross

Reproductive Justice by Loretta Ross
African American Author Loretta Ross

Day #11 – Bad Feminist

By Roxanne Gay

Bad Feminist Roxanne Gay
Author Roxanne Gay

Day #12 – Race After Technology

By Ruha Benjamin

Race After Technology By Ruha Benjamin
African American Author Ruha Benjamin

Day #13 – Chisholm '72

By Shirley Chisolm

Chisolm '72
Shirley Chisolm

Day #14 – How We Show Up

By Mia Birdsong

Mia Birdsong
Mia Birdsong

Day #15 – Citizen An American Lyric

By Claudia Rankine

Claudia Rankine
Day 15 - Author

Day #16 – Pleasure Activism

By Adrienne Maree Brown

Day 16 - Book Cover
Adrienne Maree Brown

Day #17 – Black Women Sex & the Lies Our Mothers Told Us

By Dr. Hareder McDowell

Day 17 - Book Cover
Day 17 - Author

Day #18 – Stolen Women

By Gail Elizabeth Wyatt

Day 18- Book
Day 18 - Author

Day #19 – Building a Better World

By Audrey Thomas McCluskey

Day 19 - Book Cover
Day 19 - Author (2)

Day #20 – Black Faces, White Spaces

By Carolyn Finney

Day 20- Book
Day 20 - Author

Day #21

By Charise Jones

Day 21 - Author

Day #22 – Yurugu: An Afrikan-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior

By Marimba Ani

Day 22- Book
Day 22 - Author

Day #23 – When and Where I Enter

By Paula J Giddings

Day 23 - Book Cover
Day 23 - Author

Day #24 – Eloquent Rage

By Brittney Cooper

Day 25- Book Cover
Day 25- Author

Day #25 – Remaking Black Power

By Ashley D Farmer

Remaking Black Power Book Cover
Day 26

Day #26 – Pushout

By Monique W. Morris

Pushout Book Cover
Day 27 - Author

Day #27 – How We Get Free

By Keeanga Yamahatta-Taylor

How We get Free Book Cover
Author Day 28

Day #28 – Blues, Legacies and Black Feminism

By Angela Y Davis

Blues, Legacies and Black Feminism
Author Angela Davis