March for Black Women

I was so happy to attend, march and photograph the March for Black Women in New York City on September 30, 2018. It was an empowering and inspiring event. It’s an unfortunate reality that the use of the word “Women” is not usually inclusive of the issues that impact and marginalize Black Women. Due to that, Black Women are essentially excluded from consideration in the national discussion about issues impacting women and womanhood in America. The speeches at this march expounded on this discrepancy.

Published by LaShawnda Jones

Life is a journey. We either pay attention to the signposts and embrace all the experiences we fall into or we don’t. With or without our attention, life goes on and things happen. So says, LaShawnda Jones, an author who writes with the intention of keeping her attention on her daily development, with a hope for being able to liver her tomorrow more fully. Recent publications by LaShawnda Jones are: My God and Me: Listening, Learning and Growing on My Journey; The Process of Asking for, Receiving and Giving Love & Forgiveness. Both are available for purchase on Barnes& and

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