Our Latest Musings
- Let’s Move Monday: Is Barre For You?
- Politini Recap: Week of June 9th
- Our Convo w/ Frank Love on the Pretty, Partnership and Politics of Love and Marriage
- Politini Recap: Week of June 2nd
- The New All-American Family
- Rape Culture Isn’t a Laughing Matter
- What Happened to Little Girls?
- Are You Young, Broke & Fabulous? How to Deal with the Student Debt Conundrum
- What Are YOU Leaning Into?
- Politini Scandal Edition: Sex, Lies & Tweets
I was so excited to be the blushing, gushing, stage wife last weekend when Danielle made her national television debut on the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC. Check out the Polinista on set. During the first half she discussed voter … Continue reading
The U.S. Senate held a landmark hearing Wednesday on ending the nation’s school-to-prison pipeline that affirmed that gay and transgender youth also face harsher punishments in schools than other students, which disproportionately pipeline them into the juvenile justice system.
Black voters made huge gains this election by playing a pivotal role in Obama’s overwhelming win. But they also played a huge role in the marriage equality victories – or at least half of them did. The Root investigated why … Continue reading
From the Center for American Progress website: On Thursday, November 1, 2012 please join the Center for American Progress’s FIRE Initiative and Progress 2050 at our second installment of the Women of Color Policy Series for a discussion on the … Continue reading
By Aisha C. Moodie-Mills and Katie Miller | October 30, 2012 Black churches are often painted as the most vehement opponents of gay* and transgender equality, but two recent studies suggest that the lines between race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression tend to … Continue reading
Danielle’s podcast at The Root is here! This week on The Confab: Join Staff Writer Jenée Desmond-Harris and Associate Editor Brett Johnson as they chat with The Root 100 honoree Danielle Moodie-Mills about how the mission to expand what it means to … Continue reading
Metro Weekly put the spotlight on Kindred, a giving circle we’re proud to be a part of! Here’s what they had to say. KINDRED, AN AFRICAN AMERICAN LGBT GIVING CIRCLE It’s a sunny September Monday on Capitol Hill and, as always, … Continue reading
Co-Founder of ThreeLOL a Featured “Change Agent” in October 2012 Issue Aisha has done a lot of work. She spent a decade as President and CEO of Synergy Strategy Group, was President of the Campaign for All D.C. Families, and co-founded … Continue reading
By Eboné F. Bell for TAGG Three years ago, a group of local LGBT individuals made a personal and financial commitment to give back to their community. Recently their dedication and hard work has paid off. KINDRED is an African-American … Continue reading
This year, Danielle joins the ranks of MSNBC’s Melissa Harris Perry, Former NFL player and LGBT advocate Wade Davis II, and fellow environmentalist Van Jones as one of The Root’s 100 most influential and powerful leaders in the African-American community. About the list: One … Continue reading