The March for Black Women 2018

Host Tikneshia Beauford looks ahead to the 2018 March for Black Women happening in Denver on September 29th from 11am to 3pm at the state capitol.

Today’s guests are Tiya Ashantia Trent, originally from New York. who works at the University of Colorado, Boulder in their TRiO Student Support Services Program, working with first-generation, low-income students as well as students that have experienced homelessness or aged out of foster-care during their tenure at the university.

“With this March we want to again bring awareness around the trials and tribulations that Black women still face in 2018.”

We also hear from Kinyata Jackson who was born and raised in Colorado who works with various local organizations that support research for Lupus, youth empowerment, family and women’s rights, racial and social injustice.


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