Local Black woman photographer Leta Harrison makes Austin history by making red lipstick okay for Black girls.
Browsing: black history month
History will remember Etta Barnett as one of the most dynamic performers and an inspiration for Black artists.
Juanita J. Craft fought tirelessly for desegregation, especially in schools, proving she’s more than deserving of the title heroine.
To commemorate Black History Month, Austin Woman celebrates iconic Black women in Texas. Today we give Bessie Coleman her flowers.
RichesArt Gallery hosts American History, an interactive exhibition featuring the works of 19 local Black artists including DeLoné Osby.
Karen Evans encourages kids to have an open mind when learning Black history with the online learning platform Outschool.
“Flowers for the Living,” the latest release from Riders Against the Storm, is a vibrant celebration of black culture and black lives.
We asked leaders across industries to share their experiences as black women in Austin and how the city can be more supportive of its black community.…
Austin Woman Founder Melinda Garvey announces plans for a council of ethnically and culturally diverse women to broaden community connections and lend perspective to our editorial…
For Chela White-Ramsey, discovering her heritage meant unearthing the unknown. By Chela White-Ramsey, Photography by John Marcus 2015 For me, this path to black womanhood has…