Category Archives: Features

Women in Command

Baltimore’s power women dealing with police crisis are (left to right):  Major General Linda Singh, Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. CNN video here: Continue Reading

Women’s Organization Leader Kimberly Ellis to Run for California Democratic Party Secretary

Working tirelessly to recruit and train women for public office, Kimberly Ellis has herself stepped into the arena to run for the California Democratic Party’s African American Caucus.  As the very first African American Executive Director in Emerge America’s national network, Kimberly Ellis has worked for many years to support, train, and inspire Democratic women… Continue Reading

Loretta Lynch Confirmed as U.S. Attorney General

After waiting five months to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Loretta Lynch becomes the nation’s first African-American female attorney general, the top post in the Justice Cabinet.  Her nomination was held up over a human trafficking debate in the Senate.  Never before has an attorney general confirmation  been delayed this long. Lynch was confirmed… Continue Reading

Women at the White House Correspondents Dinner? SNL’s Cecily Strong Headlines this Weekend’s Event

By Beverly Wettenstein – The White House Correspondents’ Dinner is Saturday, April 25. – read more here: Did you know female WHCA members were barred from attending the Dinner until they protested to President John F. Kennedy in 1962?   Currently three of the top four officers are female.  Read more about female journalists, comedians… Continue Reading

Hillary Clinton: The Social Media Sensation

Trying to find the Hillary Clinton Twitter page that is the real deal, the bonafide one true page is no easy task.  I’ve lost count on how many pro and con Hillary Clinton Twitter pages there are, because at least one or two new ones springs up each day. There is the powerful group @ReadyForHillary.… Continue Reading

Hillary Clinton Announces 2016 Presidential Bid in YouTube Video

Hillary Clinton announced she is running for president on Sunday, April 12, 2015; 20 months before Election Day 2016. Her new video went viral immediately, which features ordinary Americans talking about getting ready for change and for a new day.  Watch the video here: Using the slogan, “Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want… Continue Reading