Telling Her Story: Black Women in Military Fill Gaps in History

By KENNAE HUNTER When most people reflect on past wars such as World War I and II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Civil War […]

One Woman’s Mission to Educate Black Women About Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer

By CRYSTAL KENDRICK/Survivor Stories In 2008, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. Fortunately, the disease was discovered in the early stages. She worked in the […]

Behind the Scenes in a Newsroom on 9/11: How The Philadelphia Inquirer Newsroom Produced the Extra

By Sandra Dawson Long Weaver I did not lose a loved one or a dear friend on 9/11.  But like many others, I still recall very […]