By Na’ilah Amaru | September 28, 2020
BIWoC exist at the intersections of blazing new trails and surviving racial and gendered assaults.
As Black, Indigenous, and Brown women, no matter our credentials, expertise, or accomplishments, there are organizations that will never SEE us. Although we invest our time, talent, and treasure into our role responsibilities and beyond, our value is not recognized or appreciated. That dichotomy takes its toll and at some point, we must make a decision on how to manage the labor of sharing the best of ourselves versus what’s best for us.