The Bayou Blue Democrats Club does not traditionally endorse contested primaries. Any endorsements contained in this podcast episode are the opinions of the guests speaking and not necessarily that of our club.
Additionally, this episode contains a few adult words and themes, so consider yourself warned!
Today, on the Bayou Blue Democrats Club podcast series, we’re talking about the upcoming March For Black Women with Nisha Randle and Kandice Webber, the co-founders of Houston Rising, a group committed to the political advancement of Black Women in Houston and surrounding areas.
In this episode, Nisha and Kandice explain how they came to join forces to create Houston Rising and when they conceived of the March For Black Women . In addition, we touch on the subject of identity politics, as well as discuss how inclusive this event will be, and who might not be very welcomed.
In This Episode:
- What does it mean to be an ally?
- When and where the march is.
- Real life examples of obstacles black women face.
- How to support the event.
- The political power wielded by black women.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Houston Rising Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/houstonrising/
March For Women Website: http://m4bwhou.com/
Black Lives Matter Houston Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BLMHOU/
Indivisible Houston Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indivisiblehouston/