#CABchat cohosted by GLENNISHA MORGAN: The Voice and Visibility of Black Girls & Women

What does it mean to be SEEN as a Black girl? Where are Black women's voices HEARD loud and clear? How often do we fall silent or feel invisible? @CamilleABrown joins @glennishamorgan, a phenomenal writer and filmmaker, along with a few others exploring questions like this and more.


  1. This conversation was a part of #BlackGirlSpectrum, an initiative that addresses the civic, educational, and economic struggles of black girls and women and seeks to amplify the cultural and creative empowerment of black girls and women through dance, dialogue, and popular education tools.

    Learn more about this work at camilleabrown.org/new-work.

  2. Q1: What makes us as Black girls and women feel voiceless?