Black Herstory: Who Is Killing Us?

Given that the social and economic conditions that lead to violence still exist, the concern over who is killing us, all of us, is as important today as it was in Boston 30-plus years ago. And while the violence against us continues to take various forms–the prison industrial complex, healthcare disparities, educational disadvantages, the list goes on–the deaths and disappearances of Black women and children that continue to occur at (what should be) alarming rates must also become more of a priority in our struggles for social justice.