Trust Black Women giving campaigns
Trust Black Women
The country was stunned in early 2010 when 80 billboards stating “Black Children are an Endangered Species” were erected across Georgia with a sorrowful picture of a young Black child and messages accusing Black women who exercise their human and reproductive rights of committing “Genocide”. In response to this dangerous political campaign, women from many different organizations, regions and religious backgrounds came together to form the
Trust Black Women Partnership (TBW).
TBW seeks to increase respect, maintain dignity, and support Black women and girls with implementing reproductive health decisions that are personal, appropriate, accessible, and affordable. All women should be able to maintain their integrity when accessing reproductive health services. Black women should have self-determination to exercise basic human rights when implementing their decisions, and not be subjugated to the political winds, media campaigns and/or environment prevalent in government or society that hinders a woman’s ability to control her body and destiny. Trust Black Women challenges those who seek to undermine our autonomy, respect, integrity, and dignity as Black women.
TBW hosts pre-screening of the For Colored Girls in five cities across the nation
Do you believe Women’s Rights are Human Rights? Do you believe Black Women should be able to make their own decisions about their reproductive health? Do you believe that you can make a difference by giving financially to a cause you care about?
If you answered YES to any of those questions, TBW is a partnership that needs your SUPPORT!
Please make a financial contribution today and support our national organizing. Donate here.