BIPOC Women's Day
Pauli Murray was a Black , queer, feminist woman writer, lawyer, minister, and activist. She was first in her class at Howard University Law school and she was the only woman. She is one of the many amazing BIPOC Women who started the movement but we never heard about her because of the white narrative. She is the co-founder of the National Organization for Women 1966. She played an important role in several civil, social, and legal organizations. She spent the whole life advocating for full equality, regardless of race, gender, or sexuality.
We are tired of hearing the same white narrative for Women's Day. BIPOC Women have made history and continue to do so.
They are powerful and strong.
They fight for their community and we have seen it after history. Let's celebrate and honor those amazing and incredible BIPOC Women today, tomorrow and forever. 🔊🔊
For the next few days we are going to highlight BIPOC Women in PEI that are changing history. Our history.