Janelle Jones is "super hopeful" about Black women's influence in the next U.S. government, but worried about the disinvestment that may come with austerity.
One reason some mothers choose at-home birth is they don’t feel they will be heard or taken care of in a hospital setting.
Black women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the country, says Courtney McCluney of Cornell, despite having fewer resources.
Economist Janelle Jones has three words that sum up her idea for building an economy that works for everyone: Black Women Best.
For Latina women, the gap is even wider—it won’t be equal pay day until around Thanksgiving.
Black women own about 1.5 million businesses in the U.S. At an Atlanta gathering, they set an agenda for making their voices heard.