Phenomenal Woman: Monifa Bandele

Born in Brooklyn, New York, it seems that Monifa Bandele was always going to be an activist for maternal justice and food equality. Growing up, Monifa had a mother (a social worker) who eventually worked her way up to the directorship of the largest WIC (Women Infant and Children) program in New York City and…

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Phenomenal Woman: Olive Morris

Olive Morris was a Jamaican born women's rights activist who came to London in the 1970s and left behind a fantastic legacy of community-based activism during her short time on this Earth. Born in 1952, Morris was called to be an advocate for the voiceless, she was a core member of the British Black Panthers…