Black Women Inspiring The World Forever!

The past has not been kind to African American people because of their skin color, their ethnicity, and culture. Instead of celebrating them, society has always demeaned them. This is our time to recognize their contribution to society.

The first black woman to get elected in the United States Congress in 1968, Shirley worked towards abolishing gender inequality and racial bias in the political and social practices.

Shirley Chisholm

Harriet Tubman

Liberating slaves with the use of the Underground Railroad, she created a legacy that could beat any army. She turned into an abolitionist of slavery and helped many to freedom.

Maya Angelou

A black activist and a writer, she left her legacy with a large body of writing that included essays, plays, memoirs and poems. As a young black woman, she represents every beauty and brain woman who struggles with their identity.