Living For We

In 2020, cityLAB of Pittsburgh released a study that ranked Cleveland dead last in terms of livability for Black women. On Living For We, we talk to Cleveland's Black women about their experiences at work, at school, in the doctor's office, and in community with each other in an attempt to answer the question... is Cleveland really as bad as they say it is for Black women?

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E4: Reaching New Heights: Workplace Pt. 1

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E7: Medical Misogynoir Pt. 2

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Cleveland is allegedly a healthcare mecca. There should be an abundance of quality care right here in town, but why can't Black women seem to find...
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E6: Medical Misogynoir Pt. 1

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When their lives are placed into the hands of white doctors and nurses, Black women’s basic needs can quickly evolve into life-threatening ordeals...
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E5: It Starts With Us: Workplace Pt. 2

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Black women don’t want to fight for basic respect in the workplace. When do they walk away from a “great opportunity” in a white space?...
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E3: Young Black Queens

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The powerful girls of the QueenIAM program, run by 27-year-old founder and mother Dameyonna Willis, tell us all about their big dreams and hopes f...
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