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Tiffany Haddish shared her story of being a domestic violence survivor in her memoir, The Last Black Unicorn. While many women may have felt empowered by her story, her ex-husband, William Stewart, was appalled.

According to TMZ, Stewart has …

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Emily Bustamante, the victim of rapper Fabolous' violent attack, appeared in court with the rapper, visibly supporting him during a hearing.

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The domestic violence charges against Trey Songz were reportedly dismissed Friday (May 4). Last month, the L.A District Attorney ruled that Trey would not face felony charges and the case was moved to the City Attorney’s Office. Now he is …

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Women are often accused of lying or exaggerating about the abuse the have endured and singer Kehlani is tired of it. The Oakland native took to her Twitter to sound off, saying calling abuse victims liars is just as bad …

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Black Women, Black women domestic violence, Domestic Violence, Nation, Newsletter -

A new Centers for Disease Control Prevention report suggests that Black women have the highest homicide rates than other racial groups.

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In the wake of the NFL domestic violence scandal, and NY Times TV critic Alessandra Stanley’s article calling Shonda Rhimes an angry Black woman, the way society views Black Women has come to the forefront. Monday on “NewsOne Now,” Roland Martin shared his views about how African American women are treated in society. Martin challenged Black men to stand up […]

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Black Families, Black Women, Congo, Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, World -


DAKAR, Senegal — The number of rapes carried out by civilians in eastern Congo has increased by 17-fold in the last few years, according to a study released Thursday that says sexual assaults long perpetrated by armed groups are spreading across the population.

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