Honoring Our Veterans

The Black Women Stand Up (BWSU) Family sends Love and a Huge Thank You to Our Black and Brown Kings and Queens who serve or have served this country on all of our behalves!

To All Veterans…happy-veterans-day-pictures

A special thanks and #BWSU Spotlight to one our favorite Sistah, Iraq Veteran, Philanthropist and so much more Tee Marie Hanible @TheRealTeeMarie on Twitter.

teemarie

 

Love and Thanks to “Black Military Women” another of our favorite Sistah Veterans on Twitter – @WomanistVeteran!

Check out the below images of #BlackWomenVeterans that we discovered on Google.

Peace and Always Love,

#BWSU

BWSU’s “Goddess Spotlight” Dr. Mom Pt. 3

Black Women Stand Up (BWSU)’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton did a live online interview with Dr. Doris Higginbottom, affectionately known as #DrMom, BWSU’s first “Goddess Spotlight” Feature, below is the conclusion of the three part interview. Check out #DrMom as she delves into how she found love again, answers viewer’s questions and expands on how she took a chance on” HERSELF,” through education, hard work and a desire for more!

You can also view Ep. 1 – Pt. 1 and Pt. 2 via the links below.

Pt. 2: Dr. Mom Interview Ep. 1- Pt. 2

Pt. 1: Meet Dr. Mom BWSU “Goddess Spotlight” Feature

Thank you again to Dr. Doris Higginbottom for sharing her empowering story with us.  It is our desire to inspire and  empower women to become their best self through the examples of our “Goddess Spotlight” Features.

Peace and Love,

Tiffany and Alexandra – BWSU Co-Founders

p.s. – If you know of a Black Woman or Woman of Color that you feel would make a great feature for our “Goddess Spotlight” Series, send an email to: Contact@BlackWomenStandUp.com

Visit Our Black Women Stand Up TV Blab Channel at https://blab.im/BlkWomenStandUp

 

 

BWSU’s “Goddess Spotlight” Dr. Mom Pt. 2

Black Women Stand Up.com’s Co-Founder, Tiffany Braxton interviewed Dr. Doris Higginbottom (Dr. Mom) for the site’s first “Goddess Spotlight” feature, below is the second part of a three part video interview with Dr. Mom.

In this episode Dr. Mom delves into the start of her educational journey towards her PhD, as an older woman with nine children returning to school.  She  shares what kept her motivated and inspired to keep going.  You can check out Pt. 2 of Ep. 1 below. Please comment and share because you never know whom you may inspire to become their best self after watching!  Thank you.

Join us on FB as well, and be a part of the  Black Women Stand Up FB Community:)  Tell a friend to tell a friend!

Peace and Love.

Black Women Matter…Video

We must continue to #SayHerName #SandraBland along with the many other Black Women and Women of Color who have lost their lives at the hands of police! This is a touching video which highlights these women, and reminds us of the importance of keeping their names and stories alive.

Thank you to #ForHarriet for this video that we all should continue to circulate and bring attention to, Black Women, we need you to keep Standing Up. We are all in the struggle together.
#BlackWomenStandUp #BWSU
,

Peace and Always Love.
BWSU

BlackWomenStandUp.com Presents its Cancer Memorial Wall

The end of April marked the finale of National Cancer Control and Minority Health Month, but our initiative surrounding cancer awareness continues.  Check out the BlackWomenStandUp.com’s Cancer Memorial Wall, where we pay homage to women of color who have lost their fight against cancer.  These women are no longer with us in the physical but  their spirits live on; if you would like to honor a love one who has transitioned on due to one of the gynecological/breast cancers we would love to add their picture to the wall.

For more information on how to add your loved one to the Cancer Memorial Wall email us at BWSU@MidnightManagement.com, to view wall visit: https://blackwomenstandup.com/cancer-memorial-wall/.

 

Also, you still have time to support our T-shirt Fundraiser Initiative for our ongoing work surrounding Uterine Cancer Awareness…will you help us help others?  It takes a village and we need you.  Visit our campaign at http://Booster.com/BlackWomenStandUp.

 

Peace and Love,

The #BWSU Family