Shamecca Harris is a creative writer and activist with a diverse background in digital media & content strategy.
The Missing Black Millennial: How TV Networks Are Ignoring Young Women Of Color
In spite of the incredible strides made by TV stars like Viola Davis, Kerry Washington & Taraji P. Henson, there is still a major absence of young Black women on our screens.
Dear White People: Pro-Black Doesn't Mean Anti-White
As Blacks become more visible, Whites have become more vocal about their desire to maintain the racial status quo.
#BlackGirlMagic: 17 Times Black Women Slayed 2015
It’s time to bid farewell to 2015 and while it may have been tumultuous, one thing is for sure: this was an EPIC year for Black women.
Bill Cosby And The Unfortunate Reality of Rape Culture
it’s time for the world to admit it: Bill Cosby is no “Heathcliff Huxtable.”
#BuyBlack: 8 Ways To Support Black-Owned Businesses This Holiday Season
As millions of Americans hit stores around the nation today, why not use your dollars to support Black-owned businesses?
No Justice, No Profit: What's Behind The Black Friday Boycott
Why should there be profit where there is no peace?
How Today's College Students Are Leading the Nation in a Racial Revolution
There's a change brewing on America's campuses. And Black students are at its forefront
How To Fix Our ‘Black Girl Problem’ In Public Schools
Policymakers and education specialists came together this week to try to put an end to the excessive policing of our teens. Here's what you need to know.
The #AssaultAtSpringValley & The Policing Of Black Girls’ Emotions
How the trope of a "disruptive" angry Black girl has become so prevalent that its begun to threaten our very lives.