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Seattle’s Tina Bell is forgotten no more

Black and white photo of Tina Bell performing.
Black and white photo of Tina Bell performing.
Tina Bell. Photos courtesy of Scotty Ledgerwood.


Black woman looking up against a teal background.
Black woman looking up against a teal background.
Photo: Tony James-Andersson/Pexels


A photo of Miko Branch.
A photo of Miko Branch.
Miko Branch. Photos courtesy of Miss Jessie’s, LLC.


A photo of Eunique Jones Gibson.
A photo of Eunique Jones Gibson.
Eunique Jones Gibson. Photos: Melena DeFlorimonte, M. Shonell Photography, LLC


Portrait of Dr. Kizzmekia “Kizzy” Shanta Corbett on the left with the words “ZORA CELEBRATES: DR. KIZZMEKIA ‘KIZZY’ SHANTA CORBETT” on the right side.
Portrait of Dr. Kizzmekia “Kizzy” Shanta Corbett on the left with the words “ZORA CELEBRATES: DR. KIZZMEKIA ‘KIZZY’ SHANTA CORBETT” on the right side.
Photo Illustration: Save As/Medium; Source: Dr. Kizzmekia Corbett, a viral immunologist at the National Institutes of Health, in Wheaton, Md., Sept. 25, 2020.
Photo: Timothy Nwachukwu/The New York​ Times/Redux


Women’s History Month

‘Never should — in 2021 — a Black woman ever feel uncomfortable going to a store that provides a service or a product that is essential’

Photo courtesy of the author.


Confident, smiling older Black woman in a powder blue suit against a sky blue background.
Confident, smiling older Black woman in a powder blue suit against a sky blue background.
Photo: Flashpop/Getty Images

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