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March Network Call: Honoring Black Women Making History

On March 30th in celebration of Women's History Month, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) curated a special conversation with some of the dynamic women who are creating widespread impact in their respective fields! Featured speakers and topics included:

1. Celebrating Black Women's Stories and Story-tellers -- Sara Mokuria, Co-Founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality 
2. Black Women Artivists -- Shantrelle P. Lewis, Curator, Historian, Filmmaker and Creator of The Dandy Lion Project
3. Black Women Leading Social Media -- April Reign, Writer and Commentator, Creator of #OscarsSoWhite

Also, as part of the special commemoration CBMA live-streamed the discussion here on our website, which was also an opportunity for viewers to see and meet the amazing Women of CBMA! Watch the insightful and inspiring discussion in full below.


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